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How is LA County preparing for potential influx of gay marriages?




Jane Abbott Lighty, left, and Pete-e Petersen embrace after receiving the first same-sex marriage license in Washington state at the King County Recorder's Office on December 6, 2012 in Seattle, Washington.
Jane Abbott Lighty, left, and Pete-e Petersen embrace after receiving the first same-sex marriage license in Washington state at the King County Recorder's Office on December 6, 2012 in Seattle, Washington.
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This week's decision by the Supreme Court on Proposition 8 has cleared the way for gay marriage in California, but same-sex couples hoping to wed will need to wait a bit longer before they can walk down the aisle. 

Governor Brown said California counties will begin issuing marriage licenses as soon as the Ninth Circuit lifts the stay imposed during the legal battle. That's expected to happen sometime during the next few weeks.

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So, how is Los Angeles county preparing to deal with a potential influx of couples looking to get hitched? For more on that we're joined now by Dean Logan, L.A. County Registrar Recorder County Clerk.