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California Supreme Court to Rule on Landmark marriage Case

Tomorrow at 10am, the California Supreme Court will make their ruling on whether California's marriage ban will be upheld or not.

Stay tuned.

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By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/14/08 11:59 PM

I have a question I want to know if it comes out that they will not pass prop 22 does that mean we can get married already? and if so when and is so is that the final straw and no one can change the out come.    



By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/15/08 8:52 AM

There are expected to be Appeals from either side ... so it's not over yet - either way.

And then there's the ballot measure coming up in November in an attempt to move us all back into our god-fearing closets.    



By Blogger Bryan, at 5/15/08 10:46 AM

Anonymous #2:

Because this is a state issue, the decision cannot be appealed to a higher level of court. This is the end of this saga. Come November though there is a good chance that a constitutional amendment will be on the ballot. The question then is whether or not this ruling will have an effect on that if it was to be appeal after November should the voters approve discrimination in the California Constitution.    



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