Prop 8 case closed in California?

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It's being appealed to the Supreme Court, but a judge recently ordered the case closed. Does this mean that marriage licenses are now going to be permitted? Does this mean that there will be a window in which Michael and I can get legally hitched?

The trial court judge in California who has taken over hearing the federal court case challenging Proposition 8, the state's amendment limiting marriages to one man and one woman, ordered the case closed today -- which would allow same-sex couples to marry in California

More at BREAKING: Trial Judge Orders Prop 8 Case Closed



UDPATE: Correction (from the article) "A stay, or hold, of the case pending the Supreme Court's decision was granted by the Ninth Circuit, contrary to what was reported in an earlier version of this story"

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