France’s Constitutional Council examining SSM case


Matthew Hoffman reports:

France’s Constitutional Council, its highest court for constitutional issues, has agreed to examine homosexual “marriage,” and is expected to render a verdict within a week.

The case has been passed to the Council by the French Court of Cassation, the nation’s highest appeals court for non-constitutional legal issues, which received the case in November. Two lesbians, who have conceived children by artificial insemination, want to call their relationship a “marriage,” and are asking for the legal right to do so.

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