As the Supreme Court debates on homosexual marriage, Southern Californians gathered in vigil, as anticipation of the court’s ruling grows.
They mostly kept their distance, these supporters and opponents of gay marriage, as they massed Tuesday in front of the Supreme Court to proclaim with signs and slogans their conflicting views about the cutting-edge question before the justices.
The City of Long Beach Tuesday raised a pride flag as a sign of solidarity in support of same-sex marriage.
The debate over Proposition 8 heated up again Thursday after President Barack Obama asked the Supreme Court to overturn California’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The Supreme Court on Friday decided it will take up California’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court did not make an expected decision Monday on whether to hear a lower court’s decision regarding Proposition 8.
After years of emotional and contentious debate, court proceedings, ballot measures, protests and endless TV ads, the subject of same-sex marriage in California may finally be decided.
Hundreds of jubilant supporters of same sex marriage marched through West Hollywood Tuesday in celebration of the Federal Appeals Court decision that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional because it violates the rights of gays and lesbians.
A federal appeals court refused Thursday to unseal video recordings of a landmark trial on the constitutionality of California’s same-sex marriage ban but said it needed more time to decide if a lower court judge properly struck down the voter-approved ban.
A gay rights group that wants to repeal the state constitutional amendment that stripped same-sex couples in California of the right to get married has been cleared to start gathering signatures for a measure that would rescind the gay marriage ban known as Proposition 8.
Both sides of California’s Proposition 8 debate are pleased with a ruling handed down Thursday by the California Supreme Court.
Supporters of a voter-backed measure to ban gay marriages in California argued before the state Supreme Court for the right to appeal a federal ruling overturning the ban.
California’s highest court says it will hear arguments right after Labor Day on an issue that is likely to prove decisive for the fate of the state’s voter-enacted ban on same-sex marriages.
A federal judge has upheld a gay judge’s ruling to strike down California’s same-sex marriage ban.
Lawyers argue that the judge’s relationship status, not his sexual orientation, gave him too much in common with the couples who successfully sued to overturn the ban in his court.
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