INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana has outlined its reasons for appealing a federal judge's decision that struck down the state's gay marriage ban.
The state's arguments appear in a brief filed Tuesday with the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. They repeat the same arguments the state has made previously, essentially that regulating marriage should be up to the state, which has a legitimate interest in promoting traditional marriage.
The appellate court consolidated Indiana's case with a similar case from Wisconsin on Friday and put them on a fast track.
Both states have requested that all 10 judges on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals hear the cases.
U.S. District Judge Richard Young threw out the Indiana ban on June 25. The 7th circuit stayed the decision two days later.
Hornets take advantage of Pacers' defense in win
Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb got a chance to reminisce Wednesday night.
GM recalling trucks and SUVs for brake problem
General Motors is recalling more than 473,000 trucks and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because the brake pedals can come loose and fail to work…
Peyton Manning's retirement deadline: March 9
Alright Peyton, enjoy your beer now, because you have less than a month to make your decision.
PREVIEW: Monserrate Shirley to testify Thursday
Monserrate Shirley, the woman who owned the house that exploded in Richmond Hill in 2012, is expected to take the stand on Thursday in…
Hamilton County to host gun safety forum
Hamilton County, like most places in the country, has seen an increase in gun ownership among the public.