NewsPublic Affairs / September 21, 2015

Groups Join Forces to Push Expanded Civil Rights Law

Freedom Indiana, the statewide group that successfully lobbied against Indiana’s proposed same-sex marriage ban, today announced that it’s formed a partnership with Open for Service. LGBT, Freedom Indiana, Open For Business2015-09-21T00:00:00-04:00
Groups Join Forces to Push Expanded Civil Rights Law

INDIANAPOLIS -- Freedom Indiana, the statewide group that successfully lobbied against Indiana’s proposed same-sex marriage ban, announced Monday that it’s formed a partnership with Open for Service.  That campaign formed in the midst of fallout this spring from passage of the state’s Religious Freedom law, and thousands of businesses in the state now display stickers proclaiming “This Business Serves Everyone.”

The groups will push to expand Indiana’s civil rights law to include sexual minorities from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodation.

 

 

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