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U.S. Supreme Court Will Take Gay Marriage Ban Case

Customers at the Wildcat Lounge in Santa Barbara on Friday night said they were not surprised that U.S. Supreme Court justices decided to weigh in on marriage equality.

But one openly gay customer said he was sick and tired of the issue.

He said he wasn’t interested in getting married and that his private life was his business.

A woman sitting at the bar joked that is was time for all same-sex couples to experience the ups and downs of marriage.

Others said it is the Supreme Court’s jobs to decide on such issues.

And tourists from Germany said the world would be watching. Karen Jungjohann said 2015 should be the year it became legal in every state to marry the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Court watchers said the ruling could happen in June.

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