COUPLE: Jannine Setter plays with son Graeme as her partner, Beren deMotier, looks on. The couple were married in March after getting a license in Oregon's Multnomah County.

Graeme Setter, 20-months, plays with his mother Jannine Setter while his other mom, Beren deMotier, looks on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2004, in Portland, Ore. DeMotier and Setter were married March 3 after getting a Multnomah County marriage license. They have two otherchildren, ages 9 and 12. Voter approval of a state constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in Oregon will likely go into effect before the end of the year, despite a court battle that began in March. The big question now is whether <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV0000001" title="United States" href="/topic/politics-government/government/national-government/united-states-ORGOV0000001.topic">the U.S. Supreme Court</a> will eventually decide the constitutionality of banning gay marriage, attorneys for both sides said Wednesday.

( AP Photo/The Oregonian, Fredrick D. Joe / November 3, 2004 )

Graeme Setter, 20-months, plays with his mother Jannine Setter while his other mom, Beren deMotier, looks on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2004, in Portland, Ore. DeMotier and Setter were married March 3 after getting a Multnomah County marriage license. They have two otherchildren, ages 9 and 12. Voter approval of a state constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage in Oregon will likely go into effect before the end of the year, despite a court battle that began in March. The big question now is whether the U.S. Supreme Court will eventually decide the constitutionality of banning gay marriage, attorneys for both sides said Wednesday.

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