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08/08/2008

Ruling: New Prop. 8 language completely kosher

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images 200808070912Casting aside the anti-gay team's claims that the new language is unfair and non-neutral, a Sacramento judge has ruled that Jerry Brown's reworded Proposition 8 can stay as is:

Judge Upholds Summary Of Gay Marriage Ban [KCRA]

Now if only the court of public opinion will decide that the anti-gay language -- in any way, shape, or phrasing -- is wrong and unjustified, then we'll be good! Ring fingers crossed, all defenders of fairness!

**NOTE: "pro-family" attorneys plan to appeal. Read more about that over at Pam's.

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Everyone of Legal age male or female should be able to marry anyone they choose. Marriage is Marriage female or female, male or male

Posted by: Steven | Aug 9, 2008 2:21:45 PM

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