It's a big week in the battle over marriage in America, even as homosexual activists celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage in Washington State Thursday.
But in Washington, D.C, the Supreme Court may be about to finally weigh in on what marriage really is.
Hundreds of gay and lesbian couples have been getting marriage licenses in Washington State, after the state's governor signed a law approved by the voters that legalizes homosexual marriage. The state has a three-day waiting period before weddings can take place.
"We have the license; three days -- I think we can make it another three days," one woman in Washington said.