SF Gay Marriage Intact for Now Conservatives suffer temporary setbacks in two lawsuits seeking to stop San Francisco from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. In one case, the judge put off the matter until Friday, without ordering the city to stop. A second judge told the city to stop, but that order was non-binding. More than 2,600 gay couples have been married in San Francisco since Thursday. Hear NPR's John McChesney.
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S.F. Gay Marriages Get Court Reprieve

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S.F. Gay Marriages Get Court Reprieve

S.F. Gay Marriages Get Court Reprieve

S.F. Gay Marriages Get Court Reprieve

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Conservatives suffer temporary setbacks in two lawsuits seeking to stop San Francisco from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. In one case, the judge put off the matter until Friday, without ordering the city to stop. A second judge told the city to stop, but that order was non-binding. More than 2,600 gay couples have been married in San Francisco since Thursday. Hear NPR's John McChesney.