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The biggest fight over marriage equality in Indiana right now is about whether to ban same-sex marriage via the Indiana state constitution. The Advocate is following that and more in the latest advances for LGBT equality out of Indiana.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Still Won't Say 'Gay'

Why Won't Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Say 'Gay'?

The Indiana Republican managed to ignite a massive backlash for signing an allegedly homophobic law, yet continues to only utter the words 'gay' or 'lesbian' on rare occasions.

New Polling Shows Indiana RFRA Fallout Continues

POLL: Bad News for Indiana Gov, Good News for LGBT

A Republican-funded voter survey shows more Hoosiers support a statewide LGBT nondiscrimination law, and far fewer support the conservative governor.

Guess Which State Pride Proclamation Excludes LGBT Folks?

You Won't Believe What's Missing from Indiana Pride

Whoops! A welcome letter signed by Indiana Governor Mike Pence for this year's Indianapolis Pride festivities left out any mention of LGBT people.

Indiana Legislative Study Committees Won't Take Up LGBT Rights This Summer

Indiana Legislative Study Committees Won't Take Up LGBT Rights This Summer

Indiana lawmakers will be doing some homework before returning to the state capitol next year, but LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination law isn't one of the assigned subjects.

Give 'Em the Business

Give 'Em the Business

The response to Indiana’s RFRA version 1.0 was swift and decisive, and it tells a new story about corporate power and equal rights.

Activist Hijacks Domain Names of Antigay Indiana Politicians

Activist Hijacks Domain Names of Antigay Indiana Politicians

The domain names will redirect to HRC until the politicians support LGBT equality in Indiana.

Antigay Indiana Law Brings Down Gov. Mike Pence's Approval Ratings

Antigay Indiana Law Brings Down Gov. Mike Pence's Approval Ratings

Yet another poll indicates that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's popularity took a hit when he signed a discriminatory 'religious freedom' law last month.

Angie's List CEO Resigns to Return to Politics, Save Indiana's Image

Angie's List CEO Resigns, Gets Political to Save Indiana's Image

Angie's List CEO Bill Oesterle says he's dedicated his career to two things: Indiana and Angie's List. But in the wake of the state's controversial 'religious freedom' law, he says 'I can't do both.'

POLL: Hoosiers Reject Business Discrimination, As Indiana Spends Millions on Damage Control

POLL: Indiana Gov. Learns the High Cost of 'License to Discriminate'

The state hires a prominent PR firm to help rebuild its image, while a poll finds most residents don't approve of faith-based antigay discrimination.

Op-ed: The Pink Mob Strikes Again

Op-ed: The Pink Mob Strikes Again

Here's the case that our social media frenzy played into the hands of equality opponents.

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