Greg Mitchell

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Managing Editor of the legal newspaper The Recorder and of the Legal Pad blog

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Federal judge Vaughn Walker gave gay and lesbian couples what they wanted today, but then  snatched it back  for the next six days.

Same-Sex Marriage in California? Not Yet

Federal judge Vaughn Walker gave gay and lesbian couples what they wanted today, but then snatched it back for the next six days.

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