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10/14/2009

Eight's not enough -- we'll fight till eleventh hour

by Jeremy Hooper

And so it goes:

A federal judge refused today to dismiss a constitutional challenge to Proposition 8, ruling the voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage raised legal and factual issues that required a trial.
Judge refuses to dismiss challenge to Prop. 8 [LA Times]

Our victory is inevitable. Never forget that.

**SEE ALSO: Chris Geidner's take: Judge Walker: Prop 8 Challenge to Continue to Trial [Law Dork]

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On to the trial. Yep, no question of eventual outcome. Especially now that we have another whole layer of 'marriage' here in CA.
The GOV signed the bill that legalizes all SSM performed outside of CA, too, in other states, or in other countries.
The problem is, if it was performed after November 4, 2008, it cannot be called a marriage. Heaven only knows what its called. But all the rights are present.

Posted by: LOrion | Oct 14, 2009 5:29:54 PM

Only have one thing to say about that... Awesome!

Posted by: Sam | Oct 14, 2009 9:10:52 PM

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