After a federal judge ruled Indiana's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, same-sex couples rushed to marry. But some counties are still refusing licenses.
Judge Richard Young struck down Indiana's law on same-sex marriage, prompting couples across the state to rush to courthouses to get married.
Same-sex couples received marriage licenses for the first time in Monroe County after a federal judge ruled Indiana's ban unconstitutional.
The new coalition, called Hoosiers Unite for Marriage, is made up of several groups in the state that are fighting for gay marriage.
The GOP voted at its state convention to declare marriages between a man and a woman the basis of strong families and the foundation of society.
Judge Richard Young is extending a previous order requiring the state recognize the marriage of two women.
Judge Richard Young's order on one same-sex marriage case is a narrow ruling but could provide insight into how he could rule in other cases.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says the judicial system is the right place for the fate of Indiana’s gay marriage ban statute to be decided.
The ACLU of Indiana filed a fourth lawsuit today against Indiana's marriage laws that prohibit same-sex marriage.
The lawsuit that is being filed is similar to one announced last week that alleges Indiana's laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.