Scott Graham

Editor in Chief, Cal Law

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Editor in Chief of the legal newspaper The Recorder and the website Cal Law, as well as the blog, Legal Pad

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Last May, the State Supreme Court declared that  same-sex marriage was legal  in California.

Supreme Court Hears Debate on Prop 8

Last May, the State Supreme Court declared that same-sex marriage was legal in California.

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