Column: Duty to state




Recent federal court action that first struck down Indiana’s statute limiting marriage to the traditional definition and then stayed that order pending appeal have left many in our state in legal limbo.

As the attorney who represents state government and defends its laws, I know this difficult case stirs many people’s deeply held beliefs that touch their lives in very personal ways.

Not since my office had to represent the state in lawsuits arising from the State Fair disaster has a dispute been so seemingly impossible to address in a way that the public would accept as being fair to all concerned.

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