Those on both sides of the gay marriage argument are continuing to build their legal case.
Indiana and Wisconsin are appealing rulings that overthrew their bans on gay weddings.
At least 20 briefs have been filed in the case that’s currently before the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Most all of the briefs stand up for the states.
Hundreds of same-sex couples have already been married in Indiana and Wisconsin between the time the bans were ruled unconstitutional and when federal courts issued orders staying them from taking effect.
Attorneys general of 10 states have filed briefs that argue that deciding whether gay people should be allowed to marry should be left to the up to individual states.
No word on just when a decision might come down.