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Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages

 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- New developments are in Wednesday for same-sex couple across the state.


The state of Indiana has to recognize same-sex marriages that were performed legally in other states.

 

The only catch on this issue is that those marriages won't be recognized until the Court of Appeals makes a final decision on the issue.

 

"We are in that fight now that the African Americans went through back years ago. Now it has come to equal rights for same sex couples," says Sam and Jimmy Long of Jimmy's Nails Spa.

 

"The great thing about the United States is we always have debate and we have been debating long enough."

 

Next week, the 7th US Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage in Indiana and Wisconsin. 

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