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Supporters of same-sex marriage gathered in force early Tuesday morning at St. Frances Lutheran Church and marched chanting and singing to hear the state Supreme Court’s decision on the fate of Proposition 8.
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I moved to San Francisco from Napa in December 2006, yet I am still only marginally familiar with the city. My original plan was to spend at least one day per week drifting through the city with hopes of discovering my new home town. That obviously didn’t pan out as well I’d hoped.
Thousands of people from around the world come to San Francisco every year for the biggest gathering in matters of all things Apple.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Civic Center Plaza in front of San Francisco’s City Hall on Nov. 15 to protest the recent passage of Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage in California.
In addition to representing the opposition to Proposition 8, several speakers gave the crowd fuel and strategy for how the public could work to overturn the proposition.