INDIANA (21Alive) -- Four gay couples from southern Indiana filed a lawsuit against the state to have same sex marriage from out-of-state recognized here.
The lawsuit, filed Friday in federal court in New Albany, asks the judge to overturn Indiana's Defense of Marriage Act, which declared same-sex marriages void even if another state recognizes the union.
The motion comes just weeks after efforts to ban same-sex marriage in the state constitution stalled in the General Assembly, and after similar lawsuits in other states have proven successful.
Indiana Attorney General, Greg Zoeller, says he will defend the state's law in court.
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