I am proud of CA for doing this, I hope other states follow suit and that our next president won't be so close minded and stubborn. I honestly believe that one day I will be telling my daughter that not all people, including her uncle were allowed to get married and she will laugh and think that is crazy, just as I look back and think it was crazy that women were not allowed to vote.
| Originally Posted by DougsGirl |
i hope it stays legal. if this is overturned in the fall, i think i will lose all hope in the governement. or what little i have left after the last 8 yrs.
yay for love marriage and cali, too! ditto morgan
| Originally Posted by LC_Rachel |
I'm pretty sure this is what happened in Multnomah County (Portland) in Oregon. The Oregon Supreme Court overturned it. But I think the California Supreme court ruled to allow same sex marriages right? I don't know if anyone could overturn it since marriage is a state recognized thing right?
| Originally Posted by COFPhoto |
There was just an article in the paper here about how many hundreds of millions of dollars this will bring to CA over the next three years - and most of it for wedding vendors. Good news for us Wedding Photographers. =)