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01/22/2014

DISGUSTING: Indiana committee advances historical pockmark to full House

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2014-01-22 At 7.50.57 PmBy a 9-3 partisan vote (I'll let you guess which party went which way, Indiana's House Elections and Apportionment just voted to move the Hoosier's state's proposed besmirching of their state constitution so that it enshrines discrimination into their governing document.

A small step for the wrong side of history—one that the pro-discrimination forces will surely try to paint as a giant leap.

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