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4 responses to “Yes on 8 petitions for stay of decision before issued”

  1. Sapphocrat

    He’s going to do that anyway — stay his own decision. I’d place a large wager in Vegas on it.

  2. Dave

    I still don’t understand how California can have a proposition that takes away women’s right to vote, er, I mean takes away the legality of blacks drinking from fountains, er, I mean takes away the ability for people of different races to marry, er, I mean takes away the right to equal marriage for all couples.

  3. Daniel

    Requesting a stay of the court’s decision before it has even been announced = contempt of court.

  4. Helen

    I can’t imagine the legal nightmare for those of us that were married legally in 2008 if all of Prop 8 is upheld. Will this mean we go back to the Domestic Partnership status? We had to bring that document along with us in order to get our Marriage license and I understood it was invalidated with our marriage.

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