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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Curt Smith
Five pitchers combined on a five-hitter as the Springfield Cardinals dealt the Arkansas Travelers a 2-0 setback.
A poll of the 100 members of the Indiana House shows 38 plan to vote for a proposed constitutional amendment against same-sex marriage and 38 plan to vote against it, a newspaper report said Sunday.
He noted that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, a Republican, has been clear in his support for traditional man-woman marriage and for a popular referendum on an amendment.
The Republican leaders of both chambers of the General Assembly have committed to hearing the marriage amendment, and "we think strong majorities will again decide that the people should decide," Mr. Smith said.