The California Supreme Court recently said that the supporters of a ballot initiative that banned same-sex marriage in the state are legally entitled to defend the measure in court, even if the governor and attorney general won’t, the Associated Press reports.
The effect of the ruling is that the backers of Proposition 8 can now take the case to federal court and potentially to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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