Blog Posts - Proposition 8



Is Steve Peace Leading California To Disaster … Again?

The brainchild of former state Sen. Steve Peace, the California Personal Privacy Initiative (CPPI) has the makings of being California’s worst public policy disaster since electricity deregulation.
by Law & Industry Daily on Aug 7, 2013

Finally time to get married...

What am I doing today you ask? Well today I've got a wedding to go to, my own. I've been off the grid these past few weeks running around getting marriage licenses, organising a little wedding celebration and finding something to wear for my big day...
by Jason in Hollywood on Jul 24, 2013

Top Five Iconic Susans

Carrying on from last week, LGBT Brighton Pride theme, Icons in the Park,  Zhoosh present to you the top five iconic Susan’s’. 5. Susan “Sue” Storm Richards. One quarter of the Fantastic Four, Susan Storm is well established as a...
by Zhoosh on Jul 19, 2013

Animation Monday: Supreme Court Political Cartoons 2013

Last week, the Supreme Court handed down some major rulings on DOMA, Proposition 8 in California, and Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act challenged by Shelby County Alabama.  So naturally, the people who makes political cartoons had some very …...
by Geek Alabama on Jul 1, 2013

West Hollywood's DOMA and Prop 8 victory celebrations...

Today I woke up feeling a little bit more equal and full of hope for the future. After the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the heinous Defense of Marriage Act and decided not to rule on California's equally hateful Proposition 8, West Hollywood's LGBT...
by Jason in Hollywood on Jun 27, 2013

SCOTUS dumps DOMA: fair, simple, American

by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Jun 26, 2013

SCOTUS dumps DOMA: fair, simple, American

by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Jun 26, 2013

The 2013 Supreme Court Rulings: Voting Rights and Gay Marriage

The United States Supreme Court has handed down some huge rulings.  The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, which follows a formula used to determine which jurisdictions are required to get federal government per...
by Geek Alabama on Jun 26, 2013

Marriage Equality and SCOTUS

This week has been a historical week for both gay rights and the US Supreme Court. Two major cases involving gay marriage have been heard before the Court. One was the case in California where Proposition 8 , which bans same sex marriage, is being ch...
by Steveso Thinks on Mar 28, 2013

Red Equal Sign: Facebook Support For Gay Marriage

Red Equal Sign: Facebook Support For Gay Marriage (Same-Sex) Rights: The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) popular logo, which features a yellow equal sign on a blue box, was redesigned in red. HRC Anastasia Khoo Marketing Director explained the importance...
by News Update on Hubsub Post on Mar 27, 2013

The Supreme Court and Proposition 8

With the Supreme Court hearing arguments regarding California’s Proposition 8 this morning, I thought it was a good time to revisit my post regarding same-sex marriage: The Cutter’s Guide to Fixing America: Gay Marriage I was going to add...
by The Cutter Rambles on Mar 26, 2013

Update: SCOTUS Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

by Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker On Friday the Supreme Court of The United States announced that it will hear two …The post Update: SCOTUS Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases appeared first on The Political Social Worker.
by The Political Social Worker on Dec 10, 2012

Update: SCOTUS Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

  Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker   On Friday the Supreme Court of The United States announced that it will hear two cases relating to same-sex marriage.  The court will hear the case on California’s Prop 8 and...
by The Political Social Worker on Dec 8, 2012

Update: SCOTUS Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

  Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker   On Friday the Supreme Court of The United States announced that it will hear two cases relating to same-sex marriage.  The court will hear the case on California’s Prop 8 and...
by The Political Social Worker on Dec 8, 2012

SCOTUS To Decide Whether Or Not To Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker The Supreme Court of the United States is expected to decide today or Monday whether or not they will hear cases related to the issue of same-sex marriage.  Mother Jones has an excellent concise...
by The Political Social Worker on Nov 30, 2012

SCOTUS To Decide Whether Or Not To Hear Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker The Supreme Court of the United States is expected to decide today or Monday whether or not they will hear cases related to the issue of same-sex marriage.  Mother Jones has an excellent concise...
by The Political Social Worker on Nov 30, 2012

Washington Gay Marriage: Republican Representative Maureen Walsh Speaks Out in Favor of Same Sex Marriage

My friends. Most of you know I am a fiscal conservative. I often call myself a MODERATE Republican.However, I am often NOT proud of what my party does-- really what a minority in my party does--that reflects on me. I have often shuddered at the ug...
by United States of Motherhood on Feb 9, 2012

America moves one step closer to gay marriage rights, and the silence from opponents speaks volumes

Today a panel of a federal appeals court in California ruled that state’s Proposition 8, an amendment to the state constitution approved by voters in 2008 to outlaw gay marriage, is an unconstitutional violation of the right to equal protection und...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Feb 7, 2012

America moves one step closer to gay marriage rights, and the silence from opponents speaks volumes

Today a panel of a federal appeals court in California ruled that state’s Proposition 8, an amendment to the state constitution approved by voters in 2008 to outlaw gay marriage, is an unconstitutional violation of the right to equal protection und...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Feb 7, 2012

Proposition 8, California’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban

A federal appeals court on Tuesday declared California’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional but agreed to provide sponsors from the bitterly contested, voter-approved legislation time to attraction the ruling prior to ordering the state to...
by Free INFO on Feb 7, 2012


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