Well, they ruled on it once this year and looks like they’ll have to do it again thanks to the passage of Prop 8.

From AP:

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday accepted three lawsuits seeking to overturn Proposition 8. The amendment passed this month with 52 percent of the vote. The court did not elaborate on its decision.

All three cases claim the ban abridges the civil rights of a vulnerable minority group. They argue that voters alone did not have the authority to enact such a significant constitutional change.

My question, how have things changed since now and then? And didn’t the opponents of gay marriage account for this? So what will they do if the Supreme Court overrules Prop 8?

More as it develops…

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