U.S. Supreme Court rulings Wednesday expanding gay rights quickly riveted focus in Florida on the state’s 2008 constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, with opponents forecasting that its days are numbered.
But supporters of the measure approved by 62 percent of state voters said justices’ decisions have done nothing to shake Florida’s prohibition.
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The News Service of Florida contributed to this story.