The Supreme Court has officially added gay marriage cases to the justices' agenda for their closed-door conference on September 29th. The action does not mean that the fight will be brought to the highest court in the nation, rather it means it will be discussed by the justices if they will be making a ruling on same-sex marriages and states rights. Appeals have been filed not only from Indiana, but also Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. Lawyers for both sides of the case have asked the Supreme Court to weigh in. The justices could put off deciding whether to take up gay marriage until January and still be able to issue a decision by late June.