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03/04/2008

The annals of orals: CA arguments will be webcast

by Jeremy Hooper

Cali-2-1Today in California, oral arguments will be presented to the Supreme Court both in favor and in opposition to marriage equality. To listen to the good (the pro-marriage arguments), that bad (the anti-marriage arguments), and the ugly (the hacking coughs of sickly audience members), you can head over to the California Channel at 9 A.M. (PT) and watch a webcast:

Listen Live -- Oral Arguments begin at 9 [Califronia Channel]

And don't worry -- you can only hear them, they can't hear you. So feel no need to silence your "HOW DARE YOU IMPLY THAT MY FAMILY IS DESTROYING SOCIETY?!" reactions.

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