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INDIANA: Fourth Marriage Suit Filed

Make that four Indiana marriage equality lawsuits.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit Friday morning in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana on behalf of 15 plaintiffs, including two children of same-sex couples, challenging the same-sex marriage ban and the state's refusal to recognize gay unions legally performed in other states. "The government is a powerful teacher of discrimination," said Sean Lemieux, an attorney working on the ACLU case. "There is no justification for Indiana to treat these families as second-class citizens. The families in this case want the responsibility, security and dignity that only marriage provides, and their children deserve the same protections that other Indiana families enjoy."
If you think your head is spinning, just imagine how the haters must feel. #MutleyLaugh.

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