Thousands of people crammed into San Francisco's CIty Hall before the rulings. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)
Thousands of people crammed into San Francisco’s CIty Hall before the rulings. (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

Thousands of people gathered in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, in San Francisco City Hall and in homes nationwide for long-awaited rulings on same-sex marriage this morning.

While many people celebrated the Supreme Court overturning a provision of the Defense of Marriage Act and paving the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California, others called it a travesty. Now, Californians are waiting to find out when same-sex marriages will resume.

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