Editorial: Gay marriage



Give the traditional-marriage-over-all set in the Indiana Republican Party props for figuring out a way to pin down its delegation, drawing a familiar line in the sand after a rough go of it in the spring.

This weekend, when delegates go to the state GOP convention, the party will consider a plank in the 2014 platform that affirms a one-man/one-woman definition of marriage. Considering the number of state lawmakers who seemed unafraid to say publicly that they wished a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage would have simply faded away, this can’t be the greatest news.

 

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