SOUTH BEND, Ind. On Monday evening, the South Bend Common Council will be asked to weigh in on the gay marriage debate.
A proposed resolution cites several economic reasons why a constitutional ban would be bad for business.
The city councils of Indianapolis, Evansville, and Bloomington have already passed similar resolutions.
“I don't want Indiana to have that stigma that certain people aren't accepted,” said councilman Tim Scott. “Certain talent or businesses or anybody who would want to bring a business here.”
The proposed resolution would be designed to influence future votes on the gay marriage ban in the state legislature.
NewsCenter 16 will be at the meeting and will bring you the latest Monday night at 11 on WNDU.