By Jay Sekulow
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"What we would like, and what we think is fair, is to let the people decide, and put it on the ballot. This is a huge issue," Mr. Quinlan said.
Opponents of gay marriage say allowing the lower court decision to stand would be a rejection of the expressed will of California's residents, said Greg Quinlan, director of government affairs for the New Jersey Family Policy Council, a traditional values group.