Court Won’t Revisit Gay Marriage Case; It May Go to Justices

The New York Times’ Ethan Bronner reports that on Tuesday, a federal appeals court in California declined to review its recent ruling overturning California’s voter-approved ban against same-sex marriage. The likely next venue in the continued litigation over same-sex marriage is the U.S. Supreme Court. “The Supreme Court is widely thought to be divided 4-to-4 on the question of same-sex marriage,” Bronner writes, “with Justice Anthony M. Kennedy considered the deciding vote.”

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