Another Day of Gay Marriage in San Francisco

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Heavy rain didn-t stop another crowd of same-sex couples from getting married today in San Francisco. Almost 2000-from all over the country-have tied the knot since Mayor Gavin Newsom approved it last week, and although tomorrow, a superior court judge will hear legal challenges to the city's endorsement of same-sex marriage, municipal workers came in to perform unusual service on this holiday weekend. One of them was the Mayor-s manager of constituent relations, a trained chef and former restaurant manager. We talk to State Assemblyman who's been drafted to perform weddings at City Hall and from a Florida lawyer who's filed suit to stop them.
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Wisconsin Election Board

Mayor Newsom approval of same-sex marriages

Liberty Counsel on gay marriage

California Defense of Marriage Act (Prop 22, 2000)

NBA All-Star Game

Dodgers' GM Paul DePodesta

LA Lakers' Kobe Bryant



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton