Sunday, December 2, 2012

Supreme Court silent on gay-marriage cases

Updated 10:51 p.m., Friday, November 30, 201

The U.S. Supreme Court was unexpectedly silent Friday about whether it will take its first look at same-sex marriage, in cases involving California's Proposition 8 and a law banning federal recognitionand benefits for married same-sex couples.
The court could take action Monday, and among the possibilities are an order that would clear the way for gay and lesbian couples to marry in California within the week. Friday's inaction, however, could also be a signal that the justices need more time to plot their course on the issue.

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1 comment:

Gary Kelly said...

People are talking about it, and things are happening. To me, that means it's going somewhere.