"Even the most familiar and generally accepted of social policies and traditions often mask an unfairness and inequality that frequently is not recognized or appreciated by those not directly harmed," the chief justice wrote.
-- State Supreme Court says same-sex couples have right to marry
San Francisco Examiner
I'm not sure if the implementation of this ruling will reverse the earlier Supreme Court finding that Mayor Newsome did not have the right to order issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Even if it does not, in a matter of a few weeks I expect that all of those couples that wish to will be able to stage a second pilgrimage to city hall in San Francisco--and now, the rest of the state, as well!