An Indiana interfaith clergy group is repeatedly urging the state legislature to avoid any battle over gay marriage.
The Interfaith Coalition on Nondiscrimination (ICON), which is based in Indianapolis, published a letter this week signed by more than 230 clergy and leaders of faith communities from throughout the state.
The letter asks the legislature to stop further action on the Marriage Discrimination Amendment, which was passed by the 2011 legislature and is eligible for consideration in the current biennium.
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Posted January 9, 2013 at 4:40 am
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