Gay marriages begin again in Calif.
(CNN) — The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that same-sex marriages can resume in California, a move that the Supreme Court paved the way for two days ago.
Three judges on the appeals court made it possible for local governments to issue marriage certificates for gay and lesbian couples with a few words: “The stay in the above matter is dissolved effective immediately.”
Very soon after, California Attorney General Kamala Harris was already at San Francisco’s city hall marrying couples, according to her office.
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