Last week, a sixth challenge was launched in Indiana by a lesbian couple, one of the women dies of cancer. The federal judge who heard their case ordered the state to identify their marriage.
A lesbian couple, of which one is terminally ill, she was diagnosed in 2009 with ovarian cancer, decided to join the challenges against the marriage equality ban of Indiana and federal judge Richard Young decided to hear their case.
Last week, we were glad to learn that, considering the bill prohibiting same-sex marriage was not going to go to the 2014 ballot in Indiana, same-sex couples had then gone on the offensive and had launched a challenge to try to legalize the equal marriage. A few days later, four other challenges were launched in Indiana!
There are approximately 45 challenges in the United States and here is one more! Four gay couples launch a challenge in Indiana against the non-recognition of LGBT unions performed in other states. They also ask the state to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.