The newspaper that has served Indiana since 1903 takes a bold stand, calling for state lawmakers to enact equality legislation, which its editors proclaim as 'necessary and right.'
'Confusion' and 'misunderstanding' are causing Goshen city officials to hold off on voting on LGBT protections.
While other factors will be considered, the presence or absence of LGBT-inclusive antidiscrimination law could tip the scale when Gen Con's contract with Indianapolis is up.
A Republican-funded voter survey shows more Hoosiers support a statewide LGBT nondiscrimination law, and far fewer support the conservative governor.
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 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.
The domain names will redirect to HRC until the politicians support LGBT equality in Indiana.