As we oh-so-anxiously await tomorrow’s news from the Supreme Court, Buzzfeed reporter Chris Geidner notes that the city of San Francisco is asking for a 24-hour advance notice on the possible ruling that again allows same-sex weddings in California.
The city asked for the notice in a letter from Chief Deputy City Attorney Therese M. Stewart to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday.
Concerned about being “deluged by same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses” and “large gatherings, including protesters” after a ruling that would allow same-sex couples to once again marry in California, Stewart asked for the 24-hour notice so the city could coordinate the “substantial” logistical efforts involved.
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