Although the marriage-rights victory in the California Supreme Court was by the slimmest of margins, the decision already seems like the final word on the issue, despite a ballot question to enact a constitutional ban looming in November and opponents' effort to stay the ruling until then, according to columnist C.W. Nevius. "Never doubt the impact of a single vote," Nevius writes. "Was it really just two weeks ago when the California Supreme Court voted 4-3 to overturn a ban on same-sex marriage in the state?"
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