Gay marriage advocates in California just need a little more time to rally the troops. Equality California, which spearheaded the fight against Proposition 8 in last November, has announced that it will wait until 2012 to mount a campaign to legalize same-sex marriage. The group attributed the delay to the economy, which has made it hard to fundraise. Many in the gay-rights movement had pushed for another vote in 2010. The Los Angeles Times states that the campaign over Proposition 8, which passed with 52 percent of the vote, was the "most expensive campaign in California history over a social issue."