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HJR-3 Passes IN House Election Committee

The controversial HJR-3 Marriage Amendment passed the Indiana House Election Committee Wednesday night after it was reassigned from the judiciary committee.
The controversial HJR-3 marriage amendment passed the Indiana House Election Committee Wednesday night, after it was reassigned from the judiciary committee.  

In what some deemed a controversial move by Speaker of the House Brian Bosma....law makers in the House Election Committee heard testimony from those on both sides of the issue.  HJR-3 would change the Indiana Constitution, making it illegal for same sex couples to marry. After hours of testimony, the House Election Committee voted in favor of HJR-3 ..9 to 3

UPDATE: The Hoosier State is now considering a Constitutional Amendment  which would keep the state from officially recognizing same-sex marriages. WFFT's Dan Ball has the details...
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