To the editor:
Possibility of being on our state ballot in 2014: An Indiana state constitutional ban of gay marriage. We already know that the Supreme Court recently struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.
I would think some of the brightest most enlightened minds in our country have the right idea. Unfortunately, marriage laws are determined state by state, whereby a small minority of constituents’ opinions can muddy the waters with nonsense, i.e., no sense.
Some day in the future, this debate will be looked upon as discriminatory and inane.