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03/29/2011

By 40-10 vote, IN Sen. fosters immeasurably more divisive state

by Jeremy Hooper

This just in:

The Indiana Senate approved a proposed amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions this afternoon by a vote of 40-10.

If the General Assembly passes the measure again in 2013 or 2014, it would go to the voters in 2014, before the state constitution can be amended
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Indiana Senate approves banning gay marriage [Indy Star]

But wait, doesn't the radical homosexual agenda destroy the world before 2014 anyway? So whatever.

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