Some Counties Wait to Issue Gay Marriage Licenses

ELKHART, Ind. (AP) _ Many Indiana counties are awaiting guidance from the state attorney general's office before issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
U.S. District Judge Richard Young ruled Wednesday that Indiana's gay marriage ban was unconstitutional, and same-sex couples began marrying in several counties, including Marion and Monroe. 
Elkhart County Clerk Wendy Hudson says her office will not issue same-sex marriage licenses until it receives formal guidance from the state. The attorney general's office plans to appeal the ruling and seek a stay of Young's order.
Other counties say they need to update forms that require a male applicant and a female applicant for a marriage license.
Hudson says counties expected to have the guidance on how to proceed by the end of the day Wednesday.