It's gay times for California retailers — in both the old and new sense of the word.
Fashion stores and designers are celebrating the landmark California Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriages. The nuptials kicked into high gear across the state on Tuesday when county clerks began issuing marriage licenses. And, in what may be a setback for the antigay marriage wing, from wedding rings to suits and dresses to honeymoons, it turns out gay marriage is good for business — especially as gas and food prices rise and credit remains tight.
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