Critics say a ban would violate the state's voter-approved legalization of recreational marijuana, which took effect in January.
A day after the Supreme Court effectively struck down Proposition 8 — California’s ban on same sex marriage, questions still remain over when same sex marriages will resume and what other legal battles are on the horizon.
California Gov. Jerry Brown is telling counties to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples as soon as a lower court stay is lifted. And supporters of the ban on gay marriage are considering their legal options.
KQED “Now the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that Prop. 8 supporters did not have standing to appeal, Judge Vaughn Walker’s decision that Prop. 8 is unconstitutional currently stands. So what’s standing? UC Davis law professor Vik Amar explains…”
NBC Bay Area: “Several procedural legal hurdles remain and it’s unclear how soon gay marriages can resume. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says the stay won’t be lifted for at least 25 days.”