Ted Olson

Appellate attorney, challenging Proposition 8

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Appellate attorney for two same-sex couples who are challenging Proposition 8 in federal court; former Assistant Attorney General (1981-1984), he has argued many cases before the Supreme Court, including representing George W. Bush in Bush v. Gore, the case that decided the 2000 election

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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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