Court may hold off California marriage law ruling, justices suggest

Catholic News Service | Matthew Barrick
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  WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The legal question of the constitutionality of California's law banning same-sex marriage may take a back seat to consideration of whether the time is "ripe" for a national-level ruling, suggested the Supreme Court justices' questioning in the first of two major marriage cases being heard the last week of March.

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