Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit upheld the district court ruling in Indiana that found the Indiana ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
This ruling does not lift the stay previously granted. However, it means full marriage equality in Indiana is one step closer to being a reality.
Governor Pence and Attorney General Zoeller are expected to appeal the ruling again. To follow the story, check out the Indianapolis Star story at the link below:
The College Democrats of Indiana unanimously endorses the following individuals, due to their continued dedication to the rights of Hoosiers, common sense economic policy, and working to keep our streets safe and our students educated.
Top Left: U.S. Congressman Peter Visclosky (District 1)
Top Right: Rep. Christina Hale (Indiana House, District 87)
Bottom Left: U.S. Congressman André Carson (District 7)
Bottom Right: JD Ford for Indiana Senate (District 29)
H.B. 1143 would have banned regulators in Indiana from enforcing any regulations higher than those set by the federal government. It would only promote dirty energy and make Indiana a less healthy place to live. And yet the GOP keeps proposing it.
This Earth Day, work to save the environment. Vote the GOP out.
Rates for student loans are going to double on July 1st from 3.4 to 6.8 percent. Share all the information you can with your chapters and friends!
This Mother Jones article has nine charts clearly outline student debt and the rising cost of expenses.
Student Debt Crisis.org
Sign the Petition and encourage others to do so as well!!
Share this infographic created Democracy for America and watch the video below!
CDIN aims to engage college students across Indiana and promote liberal policies.