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English: Pro and anti-Proposition 8 protesters rally in front of the San Francisco City Hall as the California Supreme Court holds a session in the to determine the definition of marriage ( Strauss v. Horton cases).
Français : Des militant pro- ou anti-mariage gay manifestent devant l'hôtel de Ville de San Francisco durant les délibérations de la cour suprême de Californie sur la définition du mariage.
Русский: Выступления перед зданием муниципалитета Сан-Франциско сторонников и противников «Предложения 8», определяющего брак как «союз мужчины и женщины». 2009
Date 5 March 2009
Author Jamison Wieser

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