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Category Archives: Plaintiffs
Scott Shafer interviewed Kristin Perry, the only eponymous plaintiff in Perry v. Schwarzenegger.
Last December Imperial County filed to intervene as defendants of Proposition 8. If the county is allowed to “intervene” they would become a party in the case. Lawyers from Advocates for Faith and Freedom represented the county. However, along with … Continue reading
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney General Jerry Brown filed motions Friday calling for Judge Vaughn Walker to lift his stay on same-sex weddings in California. While U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker overturned Proposition 8, the same-sex marriage ban, on Wednesday, … Continue reading
Was the campaign for Prop. 8 about allowing parents to control what information about gay marriage is given to their kids, or was it based on stereotypes aimed at demonizing gays and lesbians?
This week Jeffrey Zarrillo and Paul Katami stepped into legal history — and the media spotlight — as two of the plaintiffs challenging Proposition 8. I caught up with them this afternoon in a hallway of the courthouse to ask them about their experiences this week.