Via Hoosiers Unite:
This stay was expected, and similar motions have been granted in other jurisdictions. What’s important is that our case is up for consideration by the U.S. Supreme Court at the end of this month, and we could know very soon whether the Justices will take up the issue of marriage equality in the coming term. We remain hopeful that they will do so and that they will embrace the legal sentiment that these bans harm Hoosier and American families and clearly violate our Constitution.
Marriage equality cases from five states are on the Supreme Court’s list for consideration at its September 29th meeting.