Same-sex marriage advocates brace for ‘Day of Decision’
Posted on May 4, 2009
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The California state Supreme Court has one month left before it issues its decision on attempts to over turn a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriages in California.
Organizers for same sex marriage are preparing for Court’s decision by organizing “Day of Decision” rallies in communities throughout the state.
The Web site, www.dayofdecision.com, informs supporters that decisions are announced Mondays and Thursdays.
“Whatever the decision, we must act,” the Web site states.
If the Supreme Court rules as expected to allow the ban on same-sex marriage enacted by voters in November to stand, the group will gather to ensure, “our angry voices are heard around the nation.”
If the Supreme Court rules the ban is illegal, the group will gather to “celebrate a positive decision and attempt to spread its impact,” the Web site states.
“Your civil rights matter and the world needs to hear what you have to say,” the promo states.
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