The California Supreme Court says it plans to issue its long-awaited decision on whether to legalize same-sex marriage today.
The high court announced the pending opinion on its Web site Wednesday morning. Justices heard oral arguments in a series of cases brought by gay and lesbian couples, the city of San Francisco and two gay rights advocacy groups in early March.
The court has been asked to decide whether the state’s one man-one woman marriage laws violate the civil rights of same-sex couples.
If it rules in favor of the plaintiffs, California could become the second state after Massachusetts where gays and lesbians can legally wed.
[I pay that California steps up and lessens the injustice that is leveed upon these children of God]