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Under the state constitution, marriage is a basic civil right for all Californians—gay or heterosexual. Same-sex marriage does not deprive opposite-sex couples of any rights. That's according to the State Supreme Court, in a 4 to 3 ruling written by Chief Justice Ron George. The decision throws out the state's legal ban enacted in 1977 and reaffirmed by the voters eight years ago in Proposition 22.
Bob Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle (@egelko)
Jon Davidson, Legal Director, Lambda Legal
Austin Nimocks, Senior Legal Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund
Patrick Sammon, President of Log Cabin Republicans