WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court has refused to stop the District of Columbia's gay marriage law.
The court on Tuesday turned down requests from gay marriage opponents to stop the law, which will take effect on Wednesday.
Opponents of the law had argued to Chief Justice John Roberts that D.C. voters should have been allowed to vote on the issue. Local courts have rejected the opponents' arguments. Local courts have rejected the opponents' arguments.
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