INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indy Chamber took a stand on Tuesday on the proposed amendment to the Indiana Constitution regarding same-sex marriage.
The chamber said it’s standing against the amendment, which would change the constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman. It would also eliminate civil unions.
"The proposed marriage amendment does nothing to help show the nation that Indiana is a place that welcomes all, not just some, and we must be mindful of how actions such as this will impact our competitiveness on a national and global level,” said John Thompson, chairman of the Indy Chamber’s board of directors.
Eli Lilly and Cummins have already joined forces to oppose the proposed amendment for similar reasons.
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