Main | Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Governator Urges Calm

The Governator doesn't want the anti-Prop 8 folks causing any problems.

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who opposed the initiative, praised the court for leaving the previous marriages intact and urged opponents of the decision to respond "peacefully and lawfully." "While I believe that one day either the people or courts will recognize gay marriage, as governor of California, I will uphold the decision of the California Supreme Court," Schwarzenegger said in a statement.

Immediately after the ruling, a few hundred activists stopped traffic near the intersection of Market and Van Ness in San Francisco. I imagine that's the most we'll see as far as civil disobedience.

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