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California Gay Marriage Ban May Lift

By Charlotte Robinson, March 01, 2011
California Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris has urged a federal
appeals court to permit gay couples to marry during the appeal
of last year's ruling that overturned Prop 8. In arguments filed
with the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Harris asked the
court to lift a hold on a federal court order directing the state
to permit gays to marry. Judge Vaughn R. Walker, who served
on the bench in San Francisco, ruled that the gay marriage ban
violated constitutional rights to due process & equal protection.
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1 comment:

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris said...

For 846 days Proposition 8 has denied equality under law to gay and lesbian couples. Each and every one of those days, same-gender couples have been denied their right to convene loved ones and friends to celebrate marriages sanctioned and protected by California law.

Kamala D. Harris, California Attorney General

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