The Indiana Attorney General’s office is warning same sex couples who got married in a narrow window in June that their marriages may not be valid.
On June 25, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young ruled Indiana’s gay marriage ban unconstitutional -- and didn’t stay the effects of his ruling.
Two days later, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals did halt the ruling. And in those two days, hundreds of same sex couples across the state got marriage licenses.
But the Attorney General’s office says some of those marriages could be invalid.