As some Californians begin to worry about the economic impact of banning gay marriage in the Golden State - experts estimate a loss of $63.8 million in government tax and fee revenues alone over three years - others continue to take to the streets to protest what many consider to be an unjust and discriminatory law.
Proposition 8 was a voter referendum that repealed the legal right to gay marriage in California that was granted by the courts in June. It passed on Tuesday with 52% of vote after an estimated $75 million was spent on the political battle.
Rallies and protests have sprung up in major cities across California as the legal status of thousands of gay weddings performed in the last 4 months remains in jeopardy. Check out the video below sent in to us by Joe Miale from West Hollywood last night.
What do you think? Is marriage a civil right or a religious issue?
Check out our background on gay rights to learn more about the issue.