Small Victory for Same-Sex Marriage

The California Supreme Court has made a decision which might restore the faith of those who believe in individual rights. Setbacks to the gay marriage issue were established when local courts decided to uphold laws which ban same-sex marriage. However, California might be coming around, because all seven judges on the California Supreme Court voted to review the issue.

No date has been set for the review, but the court has agreed that it is important to determine whether the same-sex marriage ban violates the constitution. The review will look at six different cases in the state, including four which were filed by the city of San Francisco. Read all of the details about the recent decision at cbs5.com.

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