Any chance that California voters wouldn’t have their say on same-sex marriage was put to rest Wednesday when the state Supreme Court refused to review a challenge to the November ballot initiative’s validity.

The high court’s unanimous decision to leave Proposition 8, which would limit marriage to heterosexual couples, on the ballot didn’t surprise at least two legal experts, though both thought the arguments raised by civil rights groups had merit.

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