Indiana Lawmakers Forge Ahead with Plans to Constitutionally Ban Same-Sex Marriage
More lawmakers wasting the world's time.
Indiana Republicans don't read The Hill, apparently.
Rep. Eric Turner, R-Cicero, said he plans to introduce the measure in the House this year. And Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, has already filed the proposal in the Senate.
The General Assembly already overwhelmingly approved the constitutional amendment once in 2011. It would have to sign off on it again, this year or in 2014, and then send the proposal to voters for final approval.
"We do have some flexibility between this year and next. We recognize that," Turner said. "But frankly, some of us would like to put it behind us and let the public weigh in.