Schwartz said as a state, Indiana would be slower to change its stance on issues like same-sex marriage than other states because of its traditional values.
“I think there are two things going on here,” he said. “If we are looking at marriage as just a legal institution, then that would be a different thing. But marriage has always been a religious institution.”
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