William May

Catholics for the Common Good

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Chairman of Catholics for the Common Good and author of Getting the Marriage Conversation Right: A Guide for Effective Dialogue

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Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

Will California's Proposition 8 Survive the US Supreme Court?

Much has changed since Proposition 8 passed in 2008 and polls show that if it were on the California ballot now, it would be likely to fail.

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Same-sex marriage has become a national issue since federal Judge Vaughn Walker  overturned Proposition 8 , in which California voters banned a practice that had only been legal for a…

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Same-sex marriage has become a national issue since federal Judge Vaughn Walker overturned Proposition 8 , in which California voters banned a practice that had only been legal for a…

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If women are equal under the law, then a ban on same-sex marriage is  legalized discrimination . That was part of  last week's ruling  against Proposition 8 in California.

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If women are equal under the law, then a ban on same-sex marriage is legalized discrimination . That was part of last week's ruling against Proposition 8 in California.

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