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03/18/2009

Consolid8

by Jeremy Hooper

We're not sure if it's anything or not, but passionate reader Dick Mills has just pointed out that the CA Supreme Court today consolidated the cases in the Prop 8 legal challenge:

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Docket (Register of Actions) [CA Supreme Court]

This just might mean that a ruling is imminent. If true, here's hoping that this [CON-SOLID-8-SHUN] will precede a solid shun of the con that is 8.

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The CA Supremes usually release determinations on Thursdays. Who knows... tomorrow there may be news.

Posted by: Timothy | Mar 18, 2009 7:20:23 PM

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