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Supreme Court, the Bay Area's federal judges are again proposing to allow cameras in their courtrooms, a plan that could lead to telecasting of closing arguments in a suit challenging California's ban on same-sex marriage...District Court in San
But we do know one really big important fact about Judge Walker: He's been an amazingly biased and one-sided force throughout this trial, far more akin to an activist than a neutral referee. That's no secret at all. Leading Brian Leubitz of the
Schwarzenegger, et al, the federal challenge to Proposition 8.
Sometimes I find it hard to believe that I came so close to making the wrong decision, and to endorsing government-sanctioned discrimination. As it turns out, I was reelected to a second term the next year. My position on marriage equality definitely
Obama and Church of the Latter Day Saints slammed during 'explosive testimony' in Prop 8 trial proceedings, presided over by Justice Vaughn Walker in San Francisco's district court. It is alleged
It's certainly no episode of Law & Order, but as some YouTube commenters suggest, "If the court trial is 'dry' this should be 'dry'...No doubt its most important mission should be to get the Prop 8 supporter's testimonies into the light of day where
Julia Rosen, blogging for the Courage Campaign notes : "Get that? The LDS Church intentionally worked to hide behind the scenes to disguise their involvement in the public realm. The LDS Church is well aware that the general public does not have the
In the district court of San Francisco, following days of anti-Proposition 8 witnesses being described as liberal and activist, opponents of Prop 8 who are challenging the state of California's ban on same
Badgett, who also directs research for a gay-related think tank at the University of California, Los Angeles , took the witness stand on behalf of two same-sex couples suing to overturn Proposition 8, the state's voter-approved ban.
Right now, the stakes have never been higher, both for supporters of gay marriage, and its opponents. The stunning - and puzzling - ruling by the Supreme Court last week, which has been viewed by many experts as a