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The status of same-sex marriage in California is unique among the 50 U.S. states, in that the state formerly granted marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but has discontinued doing so. The period of granting such licenses began on June 16, 2008, due to a ruling by the Supreme Court of California based on an equal protection argument and ended November 5, 2008, due to the passage of Proposition 8, an amendment to the California Constitution that limited marriages to those between one man and one woman.
So what do you think? Should marriage be limited to be between a man and a woman? Should the union of two people be referred to as a "civil union", or do you think there should be no legal unity of people of the same sex?
I'm interested to know your thoughts on this HUGE CONTREVERSIAL ISSUE!
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