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08/14/2013

Marriage equality is CA's to have and to hold!

by Jeremy Hooper

Good news for residents of history's right side:

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to block same-sex marriages from continuing throughout the state, rejecting the latest legal bid to revive Proposition 8's ban on gay nuptials.

In a brief order without explanation, the justices declined to hear a case brought last month by backers of Proposition 8 who argue that the law should remain in effect in at least 56 of the state's 58 counties.

Gay marriages remain legal in California [Mercury News]

Increasingly out of options, expect the opposition to soon start standing outside of gay people's weddings and making "tsk, tsk" sounds.

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