Appellate attorney, challenging Proposition 8
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
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.
Jan. 7, 2010
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