The Goshen News reported Miller as saying blocking the Goshen ordinance was crucial to halting a "pro-homosexual agenda" and momentum toward a statewide law, and that he intends to pressure Indiana legislators in the coming months: Miller recently became instrumental in rallying opposition to LGBT-related civil rights proposals in Goshen and Elkhart. He also thinks those looking to establish a business are more concerned with an area's crime rates, schools, infrastructure, and police and fire response times. Yet "I am not in favor of creating or establishing special classes," because he thinks current laws already protect LGBT citizens. Lawmaker revisions soon followed, which prohibit businesses from using RFRA as a legal defense for refusing on religious grounds to provide services, goods or accommodations. Morning Headlines The news you need to start your day, sent weekday mornings. Santiago Flores.
Two members had been removed during the previous administration.
A national Gallup poll in found only 37 percent of all respondents supported gay marriage. Considerable clouds early. Local officials are not steeled against a barrage of emails, letters and phone calls as state legislators are, she said. On July 4,he voted in favor of a resolution supporting same-sex marriage at the General Synod of the United Church of Christ.
Such are the sights and sounds of redemption.