Ind. House advances referendum involving marriage ban

01/23/2014 | New Civil Rights Movement, The · Reuters · Bilerico Project, The

The Indiana House elections committee voted 9-3 on Wednesday in favor of a proposal to ask voters in 2014 to approve a constitutional amendment banning marriage equality. The bill now heads to the full House. The vote followed a controversial decision by House Speaker Brian Bosma to move the bill out of the judiciary committee before it had been voted on, a move that spurred one openly gay Republican state politician to leave the party in protest.

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