Same-sex married couples who live in Indiana will have to file their state taxes as single.
The ministers along with members of the Freedom Indiana coalition delivered the letter to the Statehouse Monday.
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.
The IRS' recent decision to recognize all legal same-sex marriage for tax filing purposes is changing how many couples will have to file at the state level.
Some business leaders say a state constitutional ban on same sex marriage would stymie their efforts to recruit top talent.
The state department says it will view all marriage licenses as equal when considering spousal-based visas.
A man who was married to a same-sex partner in Massachusetts is filing for divorce in Indiana.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a narrow ruling, leaving room for Indiana to move ahead with its plans to vote on an amendment banning same-sex marriage.
The legislature considered bills on Sunday alcohol sales and the state's voucher program, while GOP leaders said they would not take up a ban on gay marriage.
Republican lawmakers said Thursday they would not vote this session on a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage.