While California's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a ban on same-sex marriages that voters voters passed in November, the fight will undoubtedly go forward.
The ruling by the court allows about 18,000 same-sex marriages performed before the ban to remain valid.
The decision was met with chants of "shame on you" from a crowd of about 1,000 people gathered outside the court building in San Francisco on Tuesday. Read full article »
CNN's Dana Bash, Alan Duke, Peter Hamby, Laurie Segall and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.
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