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Ind. Gov. Mike Pence Apologizes for Deletion of Facebook Comments on Gay Marriage
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is apologizing for his staff deleting comments from his official Facebook page that criticized a statement he issued supporting the state's ban on gay marriage.
Pence's apology was posted today on the same Facebook page.
Some gay marriage supporters complained that their comments were deleted and profiles blocked from the governor's Facebook page after Pence posted a statement Wednesday saying he would support a state constitutional ban on gay marriage.
Pence said Thursday the comments were deleted because they were vulgar and inflammatory.
But Pence posted today that a review found some comments were deleted because they disagreed with his opinion.
The statement says he's told his staff that comments shouldn't be deleted due to their opinion.