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.

The organization regulating nearly 1,300 college institutions across America tells its hometown newspaper it's now going to monitor 'current events' before committing to host cities.

November 23 2015 9:03 AM

A measure introduced in the state Senate Tuesday may enable more discrimination than it prevents, activists say.

November 18 2015 8:22 PM

The Indiana legislature is meeting for Organization Day with supporters and opponents of LGBT rights holding dueling rallies at the Statehouse.

November 17 2015 3:23 PM

A new poll shows a majority of Hoosiers are in favor of legal protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.

November 07 2015 9:00 AM

A Goshen City Council candidate says he has done a 'little experimentation' on a gay dating site but still opposes adding LGBT protections to municipal law.

October 27 2015 4:50 PM

A right-wing activist claims falsely that the state will enact such a law without letting the public weigh in, and that the law will harm families and children.

October 24 2015 11:02 AM

The Indiana Gov. is struggling with how to rehabilitate his state's image after the disgraced Religious Restoration Freedom Act.

October 07 2015 1:01 PM

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the franchise in Sheridan, Ind., fired the employee after he told his boss that he is HIV-positive.

10:39 AM

Indiana Representative Jud McMillin, a cosponsor of the state's controversial 'religious freedom' law, resigned after a sex tape emerged.

September 30 2015 8:52 AM