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ISU Groups Oppose HJR-6

The school's Faculty Senate, Staff Council, and Student Government Association all voted in opposition to the proposed amendment.
Three groups at Indiana State University spoke-out Monday against an amendment to the Indiana constitution that would ban same-sex marriage.

The school's Faculty Senate, Staff Council, and Student Government Association all voted in opposition to the proposed amendment.
   
ISU President Dan Bradley said the groups saw this as a "human rights issue."
   
They fear passing the amendment could impact the university's ability to attract and retain faculty, staff, and students.
   
ISU joins IU, Butler, Ball State and a number of other universities in the state in opposition to the proposed amendment.
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