"Moving swiftly to remove legal uncertainty, the court turned away a request from gay marriage foes to stay the ruling until after the November election, when voters will consider a ballot measure that would change the state Constitution to again outlaw same-sex weddings. The secretary of state earlier this week qualified the initiative for the November ballot."
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The more that well-known personalities and others from both California and the rest of the nation who are in a same-sex relationship and want to make a lifetime commitment to each other take imminent advantage of these marriage rights in California, the less likely it will be that the amendment that seeks to define "marriage" as being only between a man and a woman that will appear on the November California ballot will be defeated.
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