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Appeals court hears California gay marriage case

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  1. John in Calif. 6 Dec 2010, 7:38pm

    The most politically cautious approach would be for the Court of Appeal to rule that only the government has leave to appeal. And as the government agrees with the trial court’s decision invalidating Prop. 8, the constitutional issues raised by proponents of same-sex marriage, as well as the anti-gay groups’ claim that their voting rights have been violated are equally moot.

    Of course, that assumes these judges won’t throw caution to the wind. San Francisco judges are notorious in America for being fickle and unpredictable.

  2. Being anti-gay is as stupid as being anti-rehaired people or anti-blondes…
    lets’ get this over with and stop the nonsense.

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