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12/20/2006

An 'appeal'ing move: CA Supremes to hear marriage case

by Jeremy Hooper

02Flag - Cali (Rough Pastel)The California Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of an October court ruling, in which those judges erred ruled 2-1 that California marriage laws don't discriminate because gays and lesbians already get most of the rights of marriage conferred by the state to heterosexual married couples.

In order to help this higher court not make the same mistake as their lower court buddies, we just want to remind them of two terms:

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Please study them. Thanks.

State Supreme Court To Hear Gay-Marriage Challenge [AP via NBCSandiego.com]

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