A united front by conservative forces against same-sex marriage in California is showing signs of cracking — or of having been an illusion all along.

Last week, the proponents of Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment that would limit marriage to heterosexual couples, asked the California Supreme Court to prevent another conservative group — the Campaign for California Families — from intervening in a suit that could determine whether that issue stays on the November ballot.

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