(Ind. Star) Indiana couples file federal lawsuit to recognize same-sex marriage

Indiana’s law banning same-sex marriages and the recognition of such unions legally performed in other states is the latest to come under attack in federal court.

Four Indiana same-sex couples filed a federal lawsuit Friday in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana challenging the state law, hoping to catch a recent wave of successful challenges to similar state laws.

Two of the couples ”” Melissa Love and Erin Brock of Jeffersonville, and Michael Drury and Lane Stumler of New Albany ”” want to get married in Indiana.

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Posted in * Culture-Watch, --Civil Unions & Partnerships, Law & Legal Issues, Marriage & Family, Sexuality