SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – We won’t find out today if same-sex marriages will be allowed again in California.

The US Supreme Court is handing down rulings on several high profile cases today, but Proposition 8 is not one of them.

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In 2008, California voters approved the proposition, which bans same-sex marriage. The supreme court must decide whether it and the marriage act are constitutional.

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Right now, only Connecticut and Massachusetts recognize same-sex marriage.

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Twelve states and the District of Columbia allow or will soon allow gay marriage.