<blockquote>It essentially tells Californians that a right as fundamental as the ability to choose the marital partner of your choice is a kind of judicial lottery ticket — if you got in early, you win, but those who arrived a few days late lose. Sorry.</blockquote>
<blockquote>And it's morally permissible to carve out exceptions to constitutional rights for specific groups, as long as it's done by majority vote?</blockquote>
And one more:
<blockquote>So, if a majority of Californians voted to "carve out a narrow exception" to California's right to privacy and applied it only to Jews, would it be constitutionally acceptable? If Native Americans were accorded all the protections of the law by a ballot proposition, except the right to marry a non-Indian, would that be legal? </blockquote> Visit the link….