And in California, too!
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California’s Supreme Court annulled more than 4,000 gay marriages in San Francisco on Thursday, finding the city acted improperly in granting marriage licenses earlier this year in defiance of state law.
It’s a pleasant surprise, seeing a court actually confine itself to a question of law rather than taking on itself the right to decide whether equal protection under the Constitution means allowing homosexuals to marry.
Don’t worry, though. Those lawsuits are still coming. The pro-gay activists know they can’t win if people actually get to vote on it, so this battle will be waged in court.