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Same-sex marriages to begin June 17  Barring a stay of a state Court ruling, same-sex couples will be able to wed in the state beginning June 17, according to a state directive Harvey Milk sculpture unveiled at city hall  A bronze bust of the first openly gay politician to win an elected office of any prominence   Same-sex ruling victory for mayor  The ruling was a personal and political triumph on an issue that has come to define Newsom on the national stage. He explores a run for governor Same-sex anniversary rally  Mayor Gavin Newsom waved at the hundreds of people gathered on the 3 levels of balconies Newsom Blasts Bloomberg for Gay Stance Mayor to hos party on gay anniversary Church Action Against Mayor. San Francisco Calif. Supreme Court voids gay marriages
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SFO could be renamed for Harvey Milk  San Francisco sups introduced a measure to change the airport's name to Harvey Milk San Francisco International Prop 8's aim was to remove 'stature'  Lawyers for the city want a federal appeals court to overturn the judge who struck down California's voter-approved ban on same-sex unions Crowd Celebrates Overturning Of Ban Economist: Gay Marriage Ban Costs City  Chief city economist Edmund Egan: A state ban on gay marriage is costing the city millions of dollars a year in lost revenue and increased s...   Marriage debate complicates Newsom's bid  Gay marriage ever he directed city clerks to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples complicates Newsom's bid for gov. Protests Follow Apparent Prop. 8 Win  Hundreds gathered to protest California voters' apparent approval by a slim majority of a ban on same-sex marriage Same-Sex Couples Get Married
10th anniversary of same-sex weddings Plaintiffs in California's Prop. 8 case wed in SF   The four plaintiffs in the U.S. Supreme Court case that overturned California's same-sex marriage ban tied the knot Friday Gay marriage supporters celebrate Prop 8 decision

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  City leaders, members of the LGBT community and their supporters packed the rotunda to be part of history

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  Mayor Gavin Newsom presided at the wedding of Del Martin, 87, and Phyllis Lyon, 84, in recognition of their long relationship
 More than 600 same-sex couples have made appointments to get marriage licenses in the city over the 10 days. Newsom helped launch the series of lawsuits that led the court to strike down California's one-man-one-woman marriage laws


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  San Francisco: The Court voided the nearly 4,000 marriages and ruled unanimously that the San Francisco mayor overstepped his authority
Apr.17 Names of Newly Wedded Gays For Sale Mar.18 City asked court to resume gay marriages Mar.15 Reporter, photographer removed. SF Chronicle Mar.12 Gay couples left at altar  2,700 same-sex couples who had appointments to marry were left at the altar by a ruling from the state Court Mar.9 Son of gay marriage opponent marries Mar.5 City Doesn't Need to Obey Unfair Laws City lawyers defend same-sex marriages Feb.28   Mayor looks forward for high court  Newsom accused President Bush of political showmanship and discrimination Feb.27 Social Security won't accept SF licenses  The Administration has told its offices not to accept marriage certificates from San Francisco as proof of identification Feb.26 Rosie O'Donnell weds longtime girlfriend
  Former talk show host flew across the country to marry Kelli Carpenter taking a stand for gay civil rights
Feb.24 Newsom to Bush: Don't blame us Feb.20 Mayor officiated lesbian wedding Protesters against gay marriage arrested  Nathaniel Enyart and Michael Marcavage were arrested after allegedly refusing to take their protest outside Feb.19 City sues state over gay marriages  The city is challenging state prohibitions on same-sex marriages on constitutional grounds Feb.16 Another 825 same-sex marriage licenses  More than 100 staffers are volunteering their time over the holiday weekend Gay weddings continue Feb.15 Some Same-Sex Couples Turned Away  Demand for marriage licenses so great, some gay and lesbian couples turned away Feb.12 Officials perform first gay marriages
  In an open challenge to state law, city performed nearly 100 same-sex weddings
 A lesbian couple who have been together 5 decades were the first to marry, followed by 89 couples. The gays and lesbians who had expected to be refused wedding licenses were instead married under the ornate City Hall rotunda. Mayor Newsom argues that state law defining marriage as between a man and a woman amounts to unconstitutional discrimination
Feb.10 Mayor wants allow gay marriage

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Nov.27 Moscone, Milk Murders, 25th Anniversary
  Gays see Milk as the Martin Luther King of the gay civil rights movement

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Jul.4 Fight Over Second Parent Adoptions

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