California Justices Set to Weigh Gay Marriage After hearing hours of arguments, California's Supreme Court are due to rule within 90 days on whether a law against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. Opponents of the ban say the state constitution leaves no room for denying such unions.
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California Justices Set to Weigh Gay Marriage

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California Justices Set to Weigh Gay Marriage

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California Justices Set to Weigh Gay Marriage

California Justices Set to Weigh Gay Marriage

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After hearing hours of legal arguments, California's Supreme Court are due to rule within 90 days on whether a law against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. Opponents of the ban say the state constitution leaves no room for denying such unions.

Sarah Varney reports for member station KQED in San Francisco.