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Follow KQED's Prop. 8 Supreme Court Coverage on News Fix

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Keep up with KQED’s latest Prop. 8 coverage on our news blog,¬†News Fix. On Tuesday, March 26, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in California’s Prop. 8 case,¬†Hollingsworth v. Perry. The next day, it will hear arguments on the … Continue reading »


Prop. 8 Outcome Could Have Wide Reach

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The federal Prop. 8 trial wraps up today. If Judge Walker strikes down California’s ban on same-sex marriage, it could influence laws across the country.


Prop. 8 Campaign Makes High Court Cameo

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California’s bitter 2008 campaign over same-sex marriage made a cameo appearance in today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down limits on corporate campaign spending.


Trial Headed to YouTube After All — As Re-enactments

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The U.S. Supreme Court has turned thumbs down on video coverage of the Prop. 8 trial. A Hollywood filmmaker has found a creative way around that ruling.


Paging Rose Mary Woods

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Yesterday’s 5-4 Supreme Court ruling on broadcasting the trial was a big win for backers of Prop. 8. Just to make sure these tapes never see the light of day, Prop. 8’s attorneys asked that all further recordings be stopped and that existing tapes be deleted.


U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Video of Prop 8 Trial Indefinitely

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In a 5-4 decision today, the nation’s high court ruled to block video coverage of the trial challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 8 and the California’s ban on same-sex marriage.


Supreme Court Blocks Webcast of Prop 8 Trial

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The United States Supreme Court has blocked — at least temporarily — the planned webcast of the federal hearings on California’s same-sex marriage ban.