Voters have spoken on same-sex marriage

DEAR EDITOR:

Why in California do the citizens have no rights when it comes to same-sex marriage? They voted against the proposal and yet the Supreme Court has the right to overturn this issue.

What happened to the rights of the majority?

Nine non-elected individuals can overturn the right of the majority of Californians? It does not matter what we are voting for, but in the old days, the majority ruled. The courts have no business in this.

Jim Collins

Warren