For those who’ve followed Indiana’s LGBT rights debate over the last year and a half, Tuesday’s hearing yielded nothing new.
Anti-discrimination legislation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Hoosiers couldn’t make it out of committee last session.
About one in five grievances alleged discrimination based on race, color or national origin.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers and LGBT advocates agree that the LGBT rights debate won’t end.
Four proposed Senate bills concern giving civil rights protections to members of the LGBT community.
House Speaker Brian Bosma is calling for people to be respectful and also remain positive about the state’s image.
This session will be dominated by debate over granting civil rights protections to gays and lesbians.
Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis says change can be accomplished without violence.
Freedom Indiana’s push to defeat the religious freedom bill known as RFRA this past session was largely unsuccessful.
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