They say that what happens in California eventually spreads nation wide. This is one trend that we hope stops at the Nevada border.
Today, the California State Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage is legal. For now.
Here's the story.
Remember, California does not have a constitutional amendment defining marriage. Colorado does (passed in 2006). This ruling will have little legal impact here other than to fuel local homosexual-activists to grind their axes.
The good news is that there is a large grass-roots effort in the Golden State to pass such an amendment this fall.