Indiana officials hope public seminars on Tax Amnesty will increase participation and payment of back taxes. We shouldn't discriminate against ppl bc of who they love LGBT. Wilco also has upcoming shows in Missouri, Ohio, and Kentucky, other states that don't grant marriage licenses to gays at all despite court rulings which are presently stayed declaring that its existing policy constitutes unconstitutional discrimination.
A stay against the initial ruling remains in effect.
Now that she's changed public positions—a shift that perfectly tracked broader public sentiment —she declares Indiana out of step with the times for making gay weddings legal, because refusing to bake cakes for them may be legal, too. The timing suggests that this has as much to do with opportunism, tribalism, humanity's love of bandwagons, and political positioning as it does with advancing gay rights, which have advanced thanks to persuasion, not coercion.
That's how it works for elites. Mike Pence's administration has decided not to recognize the marriages as the state pursues its appeal of Young's ruling. But they haven't fallen yet. When 13 states prohibit gay-marriage outright, what sense does it make for gay-rights supporters to boycott a different state where gay marriage is legal?