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Indiana Wesleyan Measure Stirs Religion Debate

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): A measure designed to restore Indiana Wesleyan University's workforce training contract with the state unexpectedly raised debate in a General Assembly already energized by this year's gay marriage debate. Republican State Rep. Eric Turner proposed amending Indiana's civil rights law to allow religious institutions doing business with the state to employ people based in part on their religious affiliation.

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