Group Wants Same-Sex Marriage Ruling To Be Delayed

May 22, 2008

A conservative legal group, the Arizona-based Alliance Defense Fund is trying to get the California Supreme Court to delay the implementation of the same-sex marriage ruling until a vote is held..Sacramento (ChattahBox) – A conservative legal group, the Arizona-based Alliance Defense Fund is trying to get the California Supreme Court to delay the implementation of the same-sex marriage ruling until a vote is held.

The group wants the ruling to be delayed, keeping it from going into effect until the voters have a chance to vote in the measure in November.

A ballot vote will be held to determine whether or not same-sex marriages should be allowed, or banned in California.

If voters go against it, this would overturn the ruling by the Supreme Court of California.

The group believes it would be foolish and costly to put it into effect until voters get their say.


Comments

One Response to “Group Wants Same-Sex Marriage Ruling To Be Delayed”

  1. Glenn Hurlburt on May 23rd, 2008 9:43 am

    So, an ARIZONA group is trying to change CALIFORNIA law. I guess the people of the Alliance Defense Fund aren’t just motivated by hate, but fear as well.

    How is the irony not lost that these “Christians” are the main proponents of hate. They don’t even see the disparity of what the y do against what they say.

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