The veteran party organizer and former Freedom Indiana campaign manager breaks down the state’s recent history of culture-war political debates, and why she thinks our Civil Rights Law needs updating now.
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An excerpt from
A Place Called Hope, his latest novel out now.
Craig Bowen and Jake Miller exchanged messages initially about grabbing lunch downtown. An hour later, they were married.
Judge Richard L. Young wrote in his ruling, “In time, Americans will look at [it] simply as a marriage—not a same-sex marriage.”
The Indy 500 icon geared up for his final performance of “Back Home Again” with a revealing conversation about retirement, celebrity, marriage, and macadamia nuts.
Old meets new in these Indy affairs.
A dearth of new amendments on the Senate floor today means the measure is at a standstill.
About 100 students and professionals gathered at the Statehouse Tuesday to announce their position, and they have designs on the future of marriage in Indiana.