What's next for same-sex marriages in Wisconsin?
MILWAUKEE - Hundreds of same-sex couples married across Wisconsin remain in legal limbo after last week's ruling by a federal judge.
U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled the state's ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional.
More than 500 couples wed before she halted her decision a week later.
In Sheboygan Monday, Governor Walker said halting the marriages until the courts can tackle the issue was the right thing to do.
"I think the judge recognized that while she made a ruling, and I respect that, she also issued the stay because there are several other states where this issue is pending." Walker said.
The Governor said whether the marriages are valid is no longer a political issue, saying it will be decided by the legal system.
The issue couple take a couple of years to make it's way through the courts.