Who opposes HJR-3?

Employers, universities, organizations and elected officials from across the state are joining together to oppose HJR-3 (formerly HJR-6) and defend liberty for all Hoosier families! Our coalition to defeat the anti-freedom amendment is growing every day. If your business or organization would like to add your name to our list of supporters, email info@freedomindiana.org.

EMPLOYERS/ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS OPPOSED TO HJR-3

Cummins
Eli Lilly & Co.
Emmis Communications
The Indy Chamber (Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce)
Greater Fort Wayne Inc. (Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce)
IU Health
Dow AgroSciences
Alcoa
CSO Architects
E&A Companies
Fort Wayne Metals
Liechty Media
One Lucky Guitar/The Good Ones Clothing
Boyden and Youngblutt Advertising
Lodge Design
Reverie Estates
Road Pictures
Upland Brewing Company
Young & Laramore
Indianapolis Bar Association
Indiana University
Wabash College
DePauw University
Hanover College
Butler University
University of Evansville
University of Indianapolis
Interfaith Coalition on Non-Discrimination (more than 300 faith leaders and organizations)
ACLU of Indiana
Indiana Equality Action
Freedom to Marry
Gill Action
American Unity Fund
Human Rights Campaign
Borshoff

MAYORS OPPOSED TO HJR-3
Greg Ballard – Indianapolis (R)
Tom Henry – Fort Wayne (D)
Lloyd Winnecke – Evansville (R)
Jon Costas – Valparaiso (R)
Pete Buttigieg – South Bend (D)
Tom McDermott – Hammond (D)
Jim Brainard – Carmel (R)
Mark Kruzan – Bloomington (D)
Tony Roswarski – Lafayette (D)
John Dennis – West Lafayette (R)
Greg Goodnight – Kokomo (D)
Jeff Gahan – New Albany (D)
Kevin Smith – Anderson (R)
Richard Hickman – Angola (D)
Dennis Tyler – Muncie (D)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODIES OPPOSED TO HJR-3
Indianapolis City-County Council
New Albany City Council
Evansville City Council
Valparaiso City Council
Muncie City Council
South Bend City Council
Elwood City Council
Washington City Council
Bloomington Board of Commissioners
Monroe County Board of Commissioners