"Our issue is that we don't feel voters should be deciding civil rights," said Chris Jarvis, President of Gay Central Valley.
Jarvis sees marriage as a fundamental right and proposition eight made same sex marriage illegal when it was passed by
"The case is too strong in
But local pastor Jim Franklin is feeling good about what could come out of the Supreme Court. He supported prop eight when it was passed and would like to see it reinstated.
"Really this not about the opinion, we had an opportunity to hear peoples opinions when they went to the voting booth and in
CBS47 Legal Analyst Carl Faller says if the Supreme Court rules against prop eight, it could be the final word on gay marriage.
"That's pretty much going to end the issue of whether there is going to be gay marriage in