Poll: Americans say there’s no turning back on gay marriage

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Plaintiffs Sandy Stier and Kristin Perry kiss on Wednesday (June 26) as they leave the Supreme Court with others who argued against California’s Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage.  Two other plaintiffs, Jeff Zarrillo, second left, and Paul Katami, third left, exited with them. Between the couples is attorney David Boies. The high court rejected Prop 8 on legal grounds. RNS photo by Adelle M. Banks

Plaintiffs Sandy Stier and Kristin Perry kiss on Wednesday (June 26) as they leave the Supreme Court with others who argued against California’s Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage. Two other plaintiffs, Jeff Zarrillo, second left, and Paul Katami, third left, exited with them. Between the couples is attorney David Boies. The high court rejected Prop 8 on legal grounds. RNS photo by Adelle M. Banks

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WASHINGTON — One reason for a transformation in public views on the issue: Close to half say they have a gay or lesbian family member or close friend who is married to someone of the same sex.

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