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Attorney General's Office: No "Settlement" in Dispute Over Marriage Ceremonies

The Center for Inquiry applauds a "settlement" in the dispute over marriage ceremonies performed by secular celebrants. But that appears to be a misunderstanding. 

The Indiana Attorney General's office says no settlement has been reached.  Spokesman Bryan Corbin says the U.S. District Court has issued an injunction, as ordered by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, allowing CFI to solemnize weddings without being cited for an infraction. 

However, Corbin says an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is still being considered. 

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