The Supreme Court is going to reach its decision in the DOMA/Prop 8 case, hopefully, tomorrow morning at 10 a.m., and it’s about time. Seriously. Over the past few weeks, us City Paper folks have been glued to the SCOTUS live blog to see if they’ve come to a conclusion. It looks like they’ve saved one of this year’s biggest cases for last.

We’re still not sure what they’ll say, but there are plenty of marriage equality supporters out there ready for some good news. Many of them will gather in downtown Columbia tomorrow for a March for Equailty. South Carolina Equality and the Harriet Hancock LGBT center are hosting the event, which takes place Wed. June 26 at 6 p.m.

The march will go from 1109 Assembly St., travel to the Statehouse, and then make its way down Main Street to City Hall. Attendees are invited to head over at 5 p.m. to make banners and signs, or they can bring their own.

To learn more, visit the event’s Facebook page.

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