Prop. 8 Should Be Invalidated…

At least according to the California State Attorney General, Jerry Brown!  I am surprised at this since I thought Jerry Brown was going to defend Prop. 8 but try to keep the marriages that were done before this hate legislation passed by just 52.1% of the voters.  This is great news.  I do have to say I haven’t read his brief to the court yet–but Equality California just sent out an email stating this.

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4 Responses to Prop. 8 Should Be Invalidated…

  1. Justin says:

    Kevin this has nothing to do with your post but I wanted to just stop by and wish you and Doug a Happy Hanukka and hope you both have a Merry Christmas. And Cass if your out there I am wishing you the same.

  2. Rob says:

    From what I\’ve read the CA Supreme Court has some history letting initiatives go to a vote and then nullifying them after the fact. They work at their schedule and if the public mistakenly thinks they get a vote on the topic, the court doesn\’t interrupt them. Let\’s hope this is one of those cases.

  3. Kevin says:

    Hi Justin, We hope you have a great holiday as well! We are sticking around home this year. We\’ve been doing lots of yard work now that the palm tree is gone…Hey Rob! The State Supreme Court has invalidated a few initiatives, so there is still hope. I can\’t believe that they would say Prop. 8 is valid after their ruling in May.

  4. Cassie says:

    Thanks Justin and the same to YOU!!!Of COURSE Prop 8 should be invalidated—you can\’t let voters decide to take away rights people already have or there would be chaos!!! And this woudn\’t be America anymore. Don\’t let the Christians fool you—the only rights they believe in are their own and whevever any group they don\’t "approve of" starts demanding the same rights they start twisting the argument until it sounds like someone is attacking THEIR rights.What they don\’t understand is that no one has the right to force their prejudices on another.

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