Austin Nimocks

Senior Legal Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund

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Senior Legal Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund, which is providing legal assistance to the California Marriage Protection Campaign

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Last May, in a 4-to-3 ruling, the State Supreme said same-sex marriage was a  constitutional right .

State Supreme Court Upholds Prop 8 Ban on Same-Sex Marriage

Last May, in a 4-to-3 ruling, the State Supreme said same-sex marriage was a constitutional right .

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Under the state constitution, marriage is a basic civil right for all Californians—gay or heterosexual. Same-sex marriage does not deprive opposite-sex couples of any rights.

California Supreme Court Overturns Gay Marriage Ban

Under the state constitution, marriage is a basic civil right for all Californians—gay or heterosexual. Same-sex marriage does not deprive opposite-sex couples of any rights.

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