The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stay in the Indiana marriage equality case.
That stops, for now, the issuing of new marriage licenses for same-sex Hoosier couples until the case can be decided on appeal. Attorney General Greg Zoeller appealed to the 7th Circuit for a stay when lower court judge, Richard Young, refused to grant one.
This is likely just a temporary albeit speed bump along the road to marriage equality. Equality advocates are running a long winning streak. That said, anything is possible. We'll see.