The Indiana General Assembly is considering a resolution known as HJR-3 that would ask voters in November to define marriage in the Indiana Constitution as between one man and one woman.
The opposition to this resolution has been fierce and is based at least partly on the belief that there will be negative economic effects of the constitutional change.
There is every reason to believe that the economic effects of either passing HJR-3 or rejecting it will be negligible. Moreover, appealing to economics trivializes both sides of this debate.
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