Gay Marriages Can Resume In California, But Not Until August 18

Posted by | August 12, 2010 16:15 | Filed under: Top Stories

Judge Vaughn Walker, who declared Prop. 8 unconstitutional last week, has lifted the stay on gay marriages.

Judge Vaughn Walker’s ruling came as he rejected a formal request by opponents of same-sex marriage to freeze any further weddings until the appeals process had been exhausted.

But Walker disappointed gay and lesbian couples across California who had been hoping to tie the knot immediately, saying in an 11-page finding that same-sex weddings would only be able to take place from August 18 onwards.

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