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Poll: Hoosiers Want Additional LGBT Protections

Gregg and Holcomb are silent on disability rights.

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Zach C. Cohen
Oct. 28, 2016, 10:38 a.m.

A new WISH-TV/Ball State Uni­versity poll “grow­ing sup­port for adding pro­tec­tions for gay and trans­gender Hoo­siers in­to state law, … find­ing 58.5 per­cent sup­port ex­pand­ing In­di­ana’s civil rights law to in­clude sexu­al ori­ent­a­tion and gender iden­tity. … Wheth­er In­di­ana should ad­opt the statewide pro­tec­tions for les­bi­an, gay, bi­sexu­al and trans­gender in­di­vidu­als has been a pre­dom­in­ant is­sue in this year’s race for gov­ernor.” (In­di­ana­pol­is Star)

NO COM­MENT. “Re­spect­Ab­il­ity, which ad­voc­ates for people with dis­ab­il­it­ies, said that … Gregg and … Hol­comb … had not re­spon­ded” to their can­did­ate ques­tion­naire. (Fort Wayne Journ­al-Gaz­ette)

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