Is there a path to citizenship for her? With the Senate vote on the DREAM Act this morning being pushing back to next week, Bay Area illegal immigrant students are looking to buoy yesterday's victory in the House into a win for the bill that would give them a path to citizenship.While the bill si ... More >>
Harvard Law SchoolJudge Stephen Reinhardt says he'll be there for the Dec. 6 Prop. 8 trialJudge Stephen Reinhardt has spurned a motion that he recuse himself from adjudicating over the pending 9th Circuit Court of Appeal review of Proposition 8.Supporters of the same-sex marriage ban contended th ... More >>
A liberal, a conservative, and a moderate. An old guy, a middle-aged guy, and a sorta young guy. Sounds like the makings for a road-trip comedy. Could be. But it's definitely the composition for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals' Dec. 6 hearing of the Proposition 8 case, which could determine the ... More >>
Bad dog! Homophobic! The Week in GayDid you miss me? I spent the last week in Buffalo, N.Y., visiting family and NOT getting groped by anyone at any of the four airports I visited. Granted, I had to pass inspection at only two of the four airports, but I kept an open mind about being fondled and ... More >>
Perfect spread for a C-SPAN partySo, the revolution will not be televised. But the revolutionary gay marriage trial will be. The 9th District Court of Appeals hearing of the Proposition 8 trial will be broadcast live on C-SPAN -- mark your calendars for 10 a.m. on Dec. 6. Will there be Super Bowl ... More >>
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