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06/04/2008

Yay, no stay!

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 13-47Good news for fans of marriage equality, fair decisions, and the shooting down of folks who baselessly try and stifle the legal process: The California Supreme Court has denied the far-right's attempts to "stay" the marriage ruling until after the November election:

Calif. court refuses to stay gay marriage ruling [AP via Monterey County Herald]

Excellent. Marriages will begin on June 17.

Now here's just hoping that on November 4, 2008, we'll be able to report that the California public has denied the far-right's attempts to "stay" decency and fairness for even another second.

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