Washington State became the seventh in the nation to allow gay marriage today when the legislation was signed into law. Now what?

At about 11:30 this morning, Governor Chris Gregoire signed the legislation making gay marriage legal in Washington State. The Governor said "I’m proud our same-sex couples will no longer be treated as separate but equal."

Same-sex couples can’t walk down the aisle just yet.

The law takes effect June 7, but opponents on multiple fronts already are preparing to fight.

Opponents planned to file a challenge Monday that could put the law on hold pending the outcome of a November vote. Separately, an initiative was filed at the beginning of the session that opponents of gay marriage say could lead to the new law being overturned.

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