No More Same-Sex Marriage Until Supreme Court Decides

There will be no more same sex marriages in Indiana until the Supreme Court decides on the issue. The Court of Appeals agreed to a request from Attorney General Greg Zoeller to issue a stay of its most recent marriage ruling. A three-judge panel decided on September 4th that Indiana could not bar same-sex couples from getting married.  However, on Monday, the Appeals court stayed that ruling. Gay marriage is on the U.S. Supreme Court's Sept. 29 agenda, but it's unclear if the justices will actually decide then whether or not to take up the topic.