Indiana

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.

An Indiana teacher who had religious objections to using the preferred names says he was fired; the district says he resigned.

June 09 2018 7:26 AM

Don Blankenship won't be the state's Republican Senate nominee, but its anti-LGBT attorney general will. 

May 08 2018 11:21 PM

The Indiana restaurant, one of the first to reject same-sex couples under the guise of "religious freedom," has gone out of business.

April 25 2018 1:39 PM

An Indiana police officer filed a discrimination complaint against a colleague who informed him of white male privilege during a training on transgender awareness. 

December 07 2017 3:52 PM

With the federal appeals court deciding that Title VII protections against discrmination do apply to sexual orientation, the lesbian teacher now goes back to a trial court, three years after filing suit.

April 06 2017 5:51 PM
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