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First Wednesdays

We’re taking this show on the road in 2014.

Our supporters spoke and we listened! This year we will hold First Wednesdays programs in cities throughout the state. Here’s where we are planning to be:

  • April 2, Evansville

  • June 4, Muncie

  • August 6, South Bend

  • October 1, Fort Wayne

  • December 3, Northwest Indiana

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Local News

 

ACLU of Indiana Challenges State’s Marriage Law

 

On Friday, March 14, 2014, the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, along with attorney Sean Lemieux of the Lemieux Law Office in Indianapolis and the national ACLU filed a lawsuit in federal court to challenge Indiana Code § 31-11-1-1, the state statute limiting marriage to between one man and one woman, saying the law violates the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Click here to read more about the lawsuit and learn about the families who are challenging the law.
Click here to read Midori's story, "When My Wife Died I Got a Bill for $300,000."


Plaintiffs discuss lawsuit with reporters

 

Plaintiffs discuss the lawsuit with members of the media: L-R: Greg Hasty; Rob MacPherson and Steven Stolen; Melody Layne and Tara Betterman.

 

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