February 8, 2012


A big step forward for marriage equality yesterday, when California's Court of Appeals voted that the state's Proposition 8, which outlawed gay marriage in the state after five months of California having marriage equality, was unconstitutional because it took rights away from a specific group.

So gay marriage will be coming back in California, or it will head to the Supreme Court. Either way this is a big step forward towards equality.

Due to the narrow and specific wording of the court, any Supreme Court decision will impact California only, although with that state having 9% of the country's population, and New York already having marriage equality, the tide is definitely turning... take that, Mitt Romney!


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