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Proposition 8 Defenders See Selves as Underdogs
Newsweek
1/15/2010
1/14/2010

Prop. 8 legal battle has implications for all ballot measures
San Diego Union-Tribune
1/9/2011
1/9/2011 "The legal battle over same-sex marriage in California pivoted back last week to the state Supreme Court to answer a legal question that will affect not only gays and lesbians who want to marry.

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Prop. 8 Judge Raises Tough Questions
The Advocate
6/9/2010
6/9/2010 "The federal judge presiding over a lawsuit challenging Proposition 8, California's anti-marriage equality measure, has distributed to attorneys on both sides a list of 39 questions to be addressed during closing arguments next week.

Prop 8: One Landmark Decision Begets Another 2/10/2012
This analysis by Legal Director Jon W. Davidson was cross-posted in the Huffington Post.

Anti-LGBT Rulings, Laws and Amendments | Marriage | Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections | Same-Sex Relationships

Prop 8 Defender Flees Televised Discussion
The Huffington Post
10/8/2010
10/8/2010 by Legal Director Jon Davidson

Marriage, Relationships and Family Protections

Prop 8 closing: Fear v. Equality
Keen News Service
6/16/2010
6/16/2010

Prison for Man With H.I.V. Who Spit on a Police Officer
The New York Times
5/16/2008
5/16/2008"A homeless man who spit in the mouth and eye of a police officer and then taunted him, saying he was H.I.V. positive, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Wednesday for harassing a public servant with a deadly weapon: his saliva.

Criminal Justice

President Wades Into Gay Issues
The Washington Post
6/18/2009
6/18/2009"President Obama moved yesterday to reset his relations with a gay and lesbian constituency that supported him by wide margins in the last election and whose leaders have been disappointed ever since.

Plaintiff Wins Round in Transgender Case
Houston Chronicle
4/9/2008
4/9/2008"She says she didn't get the job because she was born male."The company says it wasn't that, claiming she misrepresented herself."In a letter rescinding the job, the employer complained she presented herself as a woman at her interview, but the background check revealed she was a man.

Employment and Rights in the Workplace | Transgender Rights

Pelosi key to 'don't ask' deal
Politico
5/26/2010
5/26/2010 "House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a clear message on the White House's plan to change the military's 'don’t ask, don't tell' policy: Don't wait. "...'I think it's a fairly elegant solution,' said Kevin Cathcart of Lambda Legal. 'It looks like it could pass, which I was not so sure about with the broader, original repeal.'

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