The court also found Wisconsin‘s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, but Monday’s order didn’t address the status in Wisconsin because that state has not requested a stay. (Wisconsin remains under a stay from the district court pending disposition of all appeals.)
Same-sex marriage is on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Sept. 29 agenda for a closed-door conference, but it’s unclear if the justices will decide then whether to take up the issue.
The stay order indicates it will terminate if the high court refuses to hear the appeal.
Kyle Megrath with Hoosiers Unite for Marriage says the group hopes the high court takes up gay marriage cases this month. He says gay marriage bans “harm Hoosier and American families.”
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