Court Hears Suit Against San Francisco Mayor The California Supreme Court hears arguments to determine whether the mayor of San Francisco overstepped his authority last February when he authorized marriage licenses for same-sex couples. More than 4,000 gay couples received licenses before the court shut down the City Hall weddings in March. Hear NPR's Richard Gonzales and NPR's Melissa Block.
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Court Hears Suit Against San Francisco Mayor

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Court Hears Suit Against San Francisco Mayor

Court Hears Suit Against San Francisco Mayor

Court Hears Suit Against San Francisco Mayor

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The California Supreme Court hears arguments to determine whether the mayor of San Francisco overstepped his authority last February when he authorized marriage licenses for same-sex couples. More than 4,000 gay couples received licenses before the court shut down the City Hall weddings in March. Hear NPR's Richard Gonzales and NPR's Melissa Block.