When 96% of precincts were reporting Proposition 8 measure led by a margin of 52% to 48% and the measure to oppose same-sex marriages was called a victory, protests were already being planned.
The hotly contested campaign that had both sides reach a combined total of $74 million in spending may not be over yet, as gay-rights advocates filed a legal challenge today in California Supreme Court, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The anti-gay-marriage measure as an illegal constitutional revision will be the argument made by lawyers representing same sex couples.
Roots of Equality organized a protest against the voter outcome last night in West Hollywood. On their Facebook page, organizers stated "We have a much steeper road to climb, so don't waste any time. Let's start tonight by all getting together to take to the streets in protest and prepare for the fight ahead."
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This also brings up the question of what will happen with the over 18,000 couples who shared vows between June 16th and November 4th.