Calif. Supreme Court Upholds Proposition 8

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Crowds gathered Tuesday in San Francisco to hear the California high court's decision.

Per Proposition 8, same-sex couples are not allowed to marry. However, the marriages of 18,000 same-sex couples who have already married will continue to be recognized.


Scott Shafer, reporter for NPR member station KQED in San Francisco and host of "The California Report"

Pastor Jim Garlow, pastor of the Skyline Church in La Mesa, CA. He's also the founding director of the California Pastor's Rapid Response Team.

Rose Greene, owner and branch manager of a financial services firm. She was one of the 18,000 people married before passage of Proposition 8.



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