County clerks are being advised to stop processing pending licenses for same-sex marriages in Indiana, according to a memo sent by the attorney general's office Monday.
Clerk Beth White performs Indiana's first gay marriage in Marion County.
INDIANAPOLIS - County clerks are being advised to stop processing pending licenses for same-sex marriages in Indiana, according to a memo sent by the attorney general's office Monday.
As for licenses and marriages that were processed before the stay was granted Friday, the AG's office said "the validity is undetermined."
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