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February 28, 2010

How red state Indiana keeps dodging a marriage-discrimination amendment

Professor Sheila Kennedy offers a case study on how LGBT advocates and allies in conservative Indiana once again this year avoided passage of a state constitutional amendment mandating anti-gay marriage discrimination.  The keys: a difficult-to-amend constitution, a unified approach, coalition building, cogent political arguments, and strong support from the business community.

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