A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Indiana must recognize same-sex marriages legally performed in other states, but a stay was issued until an appeal is heard.
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.
Five same-sex couples are challenging Indiana's marriage laws, saying they violate their right to equal protection under the constitution.
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.
All of the lawsuits challenging the state's gay marriage ban are being handled by the same Evansville judge who issued yesterday's ruling.