Some of California's supreme court justices are showing skepticism over legalizing same-sex marriage.
The issue hit the national scene four years ago, after San Francisco's mayor single-handedly gave the ok for same-sex marriages.
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The state supreme court halted the practice.
Now the court will decide whether to change the state's definition of marriage.
But the Los Angeles Times reports three of California's seven justices are leaning toward preserving traditional marriage.
"It says we're here banging down the doors of justice for ourselves," said Belinda Ryan, a gay marriage advocate. "We want justice to be done, hopefully this is going to be another historic moment."
"Well, we need to be prominent everywhere with our opinions to tell everyone the truth about homosexual marriage," said Don Grundmann, a gay marriage opponent. "What a tragedy it is for the children, the families of our state and the nation if it's allowed here".
The court has 90 days to make its ruling.