(CNN) - California's Supreme Court on Tuesday denied the San Diego County clerk's request to halt same-sex marriages in the state.
The decision was announced in a brief ruling, which was filed Tuesday and said: "The request for an immediate temporary stay or injunctive relief is denied."
My sisters-in-law are getting married this Friday in CA where they live, after having gotten married in Hawaii earlier this month.
Congrats to them and all same-sex couples wanting to tie the knot in Cali!
I am for gay marriage. I see no threat in letting two adults live together with all the rights and advantages of a heterosexual couple. But the process must be followed. Where is the ACLU blabbing about the disenfranchisement of all the voters who want to be heard. I guess it should be SACLU, "Some American's Civil Liberties Union".
I can't wait for the radicalized conservatives to stop their archaic behavior. It's getting so very old.