If the court rules states can ban same-sex marriages, Indiana might have to address whether it would continue to allow and recognize same-sex marriages.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is being asked to reconsider its decision, which ruled in favor of the Obama administration's contraception requirement.
The Indiana Supreme Court upheld the law last month and is now telling another court to dismiss a similar case.
Couples, government officials and opponents were left to determine what the Supreme Court's inaction meant for the state.
The second stay guarantees that same-sex couples in Indiana will not be able to get married until the U.S. Supreme Court decides on the case.
Indiana filed an appeal today of a lower court ruling, which struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
Indiana's Chief Justice has urged lawyers to increase their pro bono hours, but a panel says they should not be given continuing education credits for doing so.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the EPA could change emission thresholds for certain industries.
The ruling would require 28 states including Indiana to reduce their emissions that impact other states.
A law professor say the ruling upholding Michigan's ban on affirmative action could affect Indiana, but likely not for some time.