Indiana Won't Recognize Same-Sex Marriages
Any same-sex marriage that took place after a federal judge overturned Indiana's ban will not be recognized.
A memo issued Monday by Governor Mike Pence said the law against gay marriage is "in full force and effect," and all executive branch agencies should act as if the court order on June 25th had not been issued.
Hundreds of marriages were performed in the three-days following the ruling, until it was stayed by a federal appeals court on June 27th.
In line with the appellate court order, however, the out-of-state marriage of Amy Sandler and Nikole Quasney will be recognized.