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Gay marriage: How the state justices voted in 2008

May 22, 2009 | 12:57 pm

In May 2008, the California Supreme Court ruled that the state Constitution protects a fundamental "right to marry" that extends equally to same-sex couples. Here's a look at how the justices voted on the question of whether gay marriage should be legal in California:



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Supreme Court website
Loudly and colorfully, opposing sides debate Proposition 8
Democratic legislators ask state Supreme Court to void Prop. 8
Gay marriage ban: A tale of two votes
County-by-county voting map
Los Angeles County: By the precincts
Tracking the money: Final Numbers
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