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By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Feb 13, 2013
Officials at a northern Indiana high school are saying that its prom will be open to LGBT couples, but one group is planning an "inclusive" unofficial prom, another a non-LGBT prom, while one outside teacher defended her anti-gay statements.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Feb 11, 2013
Students and even a teacher from an Indiana high school are pushing for a prom that would prohibit gay students from attending.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jul 24, 2012
The manager of a gay club in downtown Indianapolis, Ind., says that the drive-by shooting that occurred last weekend was a hate crime.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday May 31, 2012
A video of an Indiana toddler singing a homophobic song was caught on tape and went viral this week, only a week after a North Carolina pastor’s anti-gay sermon made headlines across the country.
By Kilian Melloy | Saturday Aug 13, 2011
An anti-gay GOP state lawmaker in Indiana stands accused of having hired an 18-year-old boy on Craigslist, offering to pay $80 plus a big tip for "a really good time," and then plying the young man with gifts to buy his silence about the rendezvous.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Friday Jun 3, 2011
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has once again sparked controversy over his decision to not defend the Badger State’s domestic partner registry, but Republicans across the country face a growing conundrum over whether to appease social conservatives or court
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Mar 31, 2011
Delaware’s state senate is set to mull civil unions, and an anti-gay Illinois amendment has been relegated to the dustbin. But Indiana’s anti-gay amendment is on track to go before voters--and Montana lawmakers failed to take an anti-gay law off the books
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Feb 16, 2011
Indiana state lawmakers have approved a resolution to put rights for gay and lesbian families up to a popular vote. If the measure proceeds to the ballot box and voters approve it, the state’s constitution will enshrine language denying marriage or an "substantially similar" legal status, such as cviil unions, to gays and lesbians.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Thursday Aug 12, 2010
Erin Vaught’s denial of treatment at a Muncie, Ind., hospital last month highlights the difficulties transgender people continue to face when they try to seek even basic health care.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Thursday Jul 22, 2010
Officials in South Bend, which is home to the University of Notre Dame, are expected to vote on a measure on Monday, July 26, that would protect the city’s LGBT residents from employment discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity and expression.
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