What if Proposition 8 is overturned?

06/21/2010 | Washington Post, The · Hill, The

Could marriage equality re-emerge as a political hot potato this fall if a California judge reverses the state's ban on marriages for same-sex couples? Pollsters, activists and elected officials weigh in on what comes next in the battle over marriage equality and how the Proposition 8 case will affect national politics. Some note that overturning the measure in California will be a great victory -- while others worry that the decision could galvanize public opinion against marriage equality.

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