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02/13/2014

IN senator: There will be no marriage vote in 2014

by Jeremy Hooper

Just in from Indiana, via this conservative Republican state senator:

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Hurrah! If Delph knows what he's talking about (and he should) and is not playing mind games, this would mean no vote until 2016, at earliest.

Translation: We won. Assuming this tweet holds, there will never be a marriage amendment in Indiana. Mark my words.

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*UPDATE: CONFIRMED! There will be no 2014 vote!!

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