U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder today said benefits will be given to same-sex marriages in Indiana, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Nevada, Virginia, Utah, and Colorado.
Same-sex couples who got married in June may not have valid marriages, the attorney general's office says.
If the order stands, Indiana will be the first state to allow secular groups to perform marriages.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals rules Indiana's marriage solemnization statute discriminates against some religious or ethical groups.
The lawsuit that is being filed is similar to one announced last week that alleges Indiana's laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.
Political analysts say the measure has less of a chance for approval in 2016 than it would have if it were on the ballot this year.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis affirms the dignity of all humans, while defining marriage as between one man and one woman.
New research shows old photos can predict success, longevity, income and even one's risk of divorce.
Freedom Indiana’s poll says 64 percent of Hoosiers don’t think amending the state constitution is the right way to deal with same-sex marriage.
A man who was married to a same-sex partner in Massachusetts is filing for divorce in Indiana.