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12/08/2011

@TheProp8trial (even if you can't be)

by Jeremy Hooper

Another step in the ongoing Prop 8 federal trial begins today at 2:30PM Pacific time (5:30 Eastern), with a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals hearing oral arguments pertaining to our side's efforts to release video of the Prop. 8 trial, and even ones regarding the absurd and offensive notion that Judge Walker's sexual orientation somehow invalidates his historic ruling. KQED is expected to offer live audio of the proceedings; You can follow live tweets here:

***UPDATE: Here's the audio:

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