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New York joins the boycott of Indiana
Indiana's proposed fix may not go far enough to quell outrage
Connecticut will become the first state to boycott Indiana over a new anti-LGBT law
— From a statement released by Bill Oesterle, CEO of Angie’s List, a popular web company that enables some 3 million consumers to share reviews...
A lot of people are unhappy with the state's "religious freedom" law
White House voices concerns over Indiana's anti-LGBT law
Hillary Clinton has weighed in on religious freedom legislation
An anti-LGBT law has become law in Indiana
Sen. James Inhofe is taking direct aim at marriage equality
The U.S. Supreme Court was asked Tuesday to hear two more cases challenging state bans on same-sex marriage. In petitions filed with the high court,...
A federal appeals court Thursday affirmed lower court rulings finding same-sex marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin unconstitutional, marking yet another victory for marriage equality...
A federal judge struck down Indiana law prohibiting recognition of same-sex marriages performed in other states in a decision handed down Tuesday. U.S. District Court...
Indiana will not recognize same-sex couples married in the state.
A federal judge struck down Indiana’s same-sex marriage ban Wednesday, declaring the law in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Due Process Clause and Equal Protection...