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"Nobody's above the law." Sylvia Simms, 61, and her partner of almost 26 years, Tracy Weddell, 48, are one of the 26 same-sex couples who have appointments with the Kern County Clerk's Office to obtain a marriage license Tuesday.Barnett "thinks she found a way to stop doing marriages," said Weddell, an eighth-grade science teacher.Even as they awaited their turn to say "I do," the couple debated whether to go to lunch with their families or watch the Lakers game on TV."I just bought the dress last night," said Camerer, who, in wearing a black-and-white chiffon gown and a ring that belonged to her great-grandmother, ultimately managed to fulfill all the old, new, borrowed and blue requirements.Heterosexual couples who had weddings scheduled in coming days and weeks were forced to change their appointments to this week.
Lacy Atkins /The San Francisco Chronicle less Lance Corporal Brandon Davis and bride Crysta Greer are applauded as they leave the Kern County Clerks Office after being married, Thursday June 12, 2008, in Bakersfield, Calif. more Tracy Weddell and partner of 25 years, Sylva Simms, talk about their upcoming wedding, while at home in Bakersfield.
The Florida-based Liberty Counsel, on behalf of the Campaign for California Families, made the request and says the lower court has the ability to delay the implementation of the California Supreme Court ruling.
The Nutrition Services department is made up of a team of food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn.
On Thursday, Kern County clerk staffers refused to allow journalists to witness the final marriage ceremonies, even though many couples had given reporters permission to attend their weddings.
Kern County Counsel Bernard Barmann, the county's chief lawyer, represents Barnett.