Prop 8 decision could be complex for Californians waiting to marry

The impact of lower-court rulings striking down California's Proposition 8 will likely be contested if the U.S. Supreme Court decides that marriage-equality opponents did not have standing to defend it in federal court, according to this analysis. A decision in the case is expected this month.

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