Marriage Watch

May 2008
DaKine;May2008, Issue 113, p10
The article reports on the rulings of the Supreme Court regarding the legality of same-sex marriage in California. The state law is requiring the Court to render a decision within 90 days of hearing arguments on same-sex marriage in which decision is expected by the end of the first week in June 2008. On the other hand, lawmakers begun to write a bill that will legitimize gay marriage which is planned to introduce in 2009.


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