Andrew Pugno

ProtectMarriage.com

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Attorney and general counsel for the ProtectMarriage.com coalition, which supports Proposition 8, he has worked for the past 15 years on various California campaigns to keep marriage between a man and a woman, including the first ballot initiative on the subject, Proposition 22

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A panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals released a  two-to-one decision  today: Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional.

Will Proposition 8 Make the US Supreme Court?

A panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals released a two-to-one decision today: Proposition 8, California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional.

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In 2008, the State Supreme Court  revoked a law  declaring same-sex marriage illegal in California. Months later, the voters passed  Proposition 8 , overturning the court decision.

Proposition 8 Goes to Federal Court

In 2008, the State Supreme Court revoked a law declaring same-sex marriage illegal in California. Months later, the voters passed Proposition 8 , overturning the court decision.

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The state constitution promises equal protection to all Californians.  Last summer, the State Supreme Court ruled that means same-sex couples  can legally marry .  On Tuesday, the…

Gay Rights, Voters' Will

The state constitution promises equal protection to all Californians.  Last summer, the State Supreme Court ruled that means same-sex couples can legally marry .  On Tuesday, the…

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