Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi won't say whether she'll ask the Supreme Court to stay a ruling that struck down the state's ban on gay marriage.

Last week, a federal appeals court refused Bondi's request to block the ruling from taking effect next month.

Without intervention from the Supreme Court, gay couples will begin exchanging vows on January 6.

(Related: Gay couples in Florida may begin marrying after January 5.)

“We're reviewing the ruling,” was all Bondi said after a cabinet meeting on Tuesday.

Multiple state and federal judges have declared the ban invalid. Yet, it remains to be seen whether Bondi will continue to defend the ban in court.