After Governor Pence ordered state agencies to not recognize last month's same sex marriages, a federal court will fast track the case.
This week on Indiana Newsdesk, we discuss how same-sex marriages in Indiana are being recognized, and new surveys show Hoosiers don't save enough money.
The ACLU of Indiana is requesting that the Justice Department specify that it will recognize same-sex couples married in Indiana last month.
Indiana is not recognizing the same-sex marriages that occurred directly after a court ruling that struck down the state's same-sex marriage ban.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is ordering Indiana to recognize the marriage of one same-sex couple while it considers a larger lawsuit.
Same-sex marriages that were formed last week in Indiana will be recognized by the federal government, but state recognition is uncertain.
An Indiana attorney says a Daviess County Clerk should be held in contempt of court for refusing to grant same-sex marriage licenses.
On Indiana Newsdesk, we discuss the implications of the recent court ruling that declares Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
An appeals court is granting the Attorney General's request for a stay on his ruling that allowed same-sex couples to get married in Indiana.
Same-sex marriage advocates delivered a petition to the Attorney General's office today asking him not to appeal the recent ruling on same-sex marriage.