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Proposition 8 (California, 2010)

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  • A 'thanks' list for Thanksgiving

    A 'thanks' list for Thanksgiving
    One hundred and fifty years ago, with the country still torn by civil war, President Lincoln issued a proclamation calling for all Americans to observe a common day "of Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens." That'...
  • Rick Santorum talks gay marriage, movie-making with Stephen Colbert

    Rick Santorum talks gay marriage, movie-making with Stephen Colbert
    Former senator and sweater-vest enthusiast Rick Santorum stopped by "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday night where he and fellow Catholic Stephen Colbert discussed the Republican's foray into wholesome movie-making with "The Christmas Candle" and his plans...
  • 'Ender's Game' producer: Don't throw out baby with the bath water

    'Ender's Game' producer: Don't throw out baby with the bath water
    In its bid at franchise-hood, “Ender’s Game” has been dinged by a number of factors, including a campaign by human rights groups to boycott the movie because of author Orson Scott Card’s anti-gay politics. But Roberto Orci, a...
  • Lesbians gather with pride in West Hollywood

    Lesbians gather with pride in West Hollywood
    They said it loudly and repeatedly, and they wore stickers and clutched signs proclaiming it: lesbian. "Yes, I am!" hundreds of female voices chanted in a crowded West Hollywood park. "Yes, I am!" Lesbians, their supporters and friends gathered Friday...
  • Gay rights groups' new goal: Nationwide victory in five years

    Gay rights groups' new goal: Nationwide victory in five years
    WASHINGTON -- With a victory in the Supreme Court now behind them, backers of same-sex marriage declared a new goal Wednesday -- a five-year campaign to strike down the laws in the remaining states that prohibit such unions. The legal trail that led...
  • Wait continues for Supreme Court's Prop. 8, voting rights rulings

    Wait continues for Supreme Court's Prop. 8, voting rights rulings
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court’s eagerly awaited decisions on same-sex marriage and voting rights will have to wait until later this week, as the justices finished Monday’s public session with a ruling on affirmative action but nothing on...
  • Liberal activists plan ballot measure if gay marriage ban upheld

    Liberal activists plan ballot measure if gay marriage ban upheld
    SAN JOSE — Liberal activists pledged Thursday to put a measure on the ballot to overturn California's gay marriage ban if the Supreme Court does not throw out Proposition 8 in a decision expected next week. “If we lose, we’re going to...
  • On civil rights, a mix of backlash and progress

    On civil rights, a mix of backlash and progress
    Jasmyne Cannick didn't join the folks in West Hollywood celebrating the gay marriage victory handed down by the Supreme Court this week. She was too busy mourning the assault on minorities' voting rights the court unleashed the day before. Cannick...
  • In San Francisco, a weekend of gay weddings at City Hall

    In San Francisco, a weekend of gay weddings at City Hall
    SAN FRANCISCO — They piled into their white Prius in Los Alamitos at midnight and arrived at City Hall here not long after sunrise Saturday with one simple goal in mind: A marriage license. Right now. Sandy Palmer and Mary Dang knew they couldn'...
  • Pat Brown stood firm on civil rights

    Pat Brown stood firm on civil rights
    SACRAMENTO--This is the 50th anniversary year of arguably the biggest, bitterest brawl ever in California's Capitol. And looking back today, it seems almost inconceivable what the fracas was all about. It was waged over whether homeowners and...
  • Gay and lesbian couples finally get their prom night

    Gay and lesbian couples finally get their prom night
    For his high school prom in 1942, Robert Clement bought a white orchid corsage in a fancy plastic box. He gave it to a female staff member who organized the dance. Others would think it was a kind gesture, that he was just a considerate young man. In...