The California Supreme Court will hand down its decision in re: Marriage Cases TOMORROW, May 15, 2008.
The day we've all been waiting for. In 2004, 4,161 same-sex couples were married in San Francisco over the course of 29 days. It was a magical and moving moment in the history of the LGBT civil rights movement. That moment came to a screeching halt when the California State Supreme Court ruled the marriages illegal and invalid. Thus began a chain of legal proceedings that will culminate with the Court's next decision about the constitutionality of the state law defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman. When the decision comes, we'll be ready and we hope you'll join us.
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5:30 PM, Third and Irwin Streets in San Rafael. Questions? Call Dolores at 415-497-6469. There will also be a gathering at City Hall in San Francisco. For up-to-date information, visit Equality California website. Gatherings will occur regardless of the decision -- and of course, we are anticipating a positive outcome.
SHARE YOUR STORY WITH THE MEDIA:
Be a part of history! If you live in Marin and have a personal story to share about your own experience with marriage equality, please call Paula Pilecki at 415-457-1115 ext. 209 A.S.A.P. We're looking for a few couples who are willing, and who will be ready, to speak to the media on decision day.