The Indiana Republican Party over the weekend agreed to remove a 12-year-old mention from its state party platform which emphasized that marriage is between a man and a woman, The Indianapolis Star reported. Republican are now officially silent on the issue.
At the same time, Democrats are set to move closer to endorsing gay nuptials.
At their upcoming weekend state convention, Indiana Democrats will decide on a platform which for the first time says that the party “opposes amending the Indiana Constitution to define marriage.” Previously, the party’s platform was silent on the issue.
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