Indiana marriage law is discriminatory, US court says in ruling for humanists

In a significant victory for nonreligious Americans, the appeals court ordered Indiana to allow secular humanists to officiate at weddings despite a state law barring them from performing nuptials.

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Good news!  Indiana sometimes seems to try to out-Utah Utah with their religious fervor.  It's refreshing and encouraging to see the court system rein them in.


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