OK. All done now? Oh. No? Another round? Sure, why not. Here we go!
There. Now. Let’s be quiet for a moment and think about what this means and how long it’s been in coming.
A quick history lesson is in order. Back in 1993, Hawaii’s Supreme Court first tried to say the state constitution allowed same sex marriages by default, and that banning them was therefore not permissible. But the state’s voters closed that loophole, adding a constitutional clause that limited marriage to being between one man and one woman.… Read the rest