From USA Today:
When the U.S. Supreme Court reopened the door for same-sex marriages in Indiana last week, Ryan thought their battle for recognition was over. ...and Barry Cox
[W]hencalled the Social Security Administration the same day the Supreme Court let stand federal court rulings striking down Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage, he thought they'd be able to honor his request to change his last name to his husband's.Instead, he was met with uncertainty.
"They said they didn't have any process in place,"said.