Tag Archive for LGBT rights

Supreme Court Ruling on Prop 8 Coming Soon?

Here’s the latest news on the Prop 8 lawsuits. Someone just emailed me this news, though I couldn’t find a link to this magazine. I wouldn’t get too worked up over a ruling this week, but it seems like a ruling (or at least, an injunction on 8 so the court has more time to…

LATE BREAKING: Over 40 Legislators Urge Repeal of Prop 8

“The citizens of California rely on the Legislature and the courts to safeguard against unlawful discrimination by temporary, and often short-lived, majorities,” said the legislators. “Our states few deviations from this duty have proven, with the perspective of historical distance, to be the most abhorrent chapters in our State’s history… The Legislative Amici urge this…

Prop 8: Not Over Yet?

I’ve just heard some news that may give all of us some pause. Apparently, there may be as many as 3 million vote-by-mail & provisional ballots that haven’t been counted yet. Right now, Prop 8 is winning by 400,000 votes. Perhaps these ballots may or may not be enough to flip it, but it should…

Prop 8: The Race Is Close!

In case you haven’t heard the news, here’s the new SurveyUSA poll on Prop 8. Yes 48% No 45% Undecided 7% The bad news: We’re still slightly down. The good news: SUSA had 8 winning by 5 less than 2 weeks ago, so fortunately there’s movement toward marriage equality. Still, WE MUST NOT BE COMPLACENT!…

Another Reason Why Laguna Makes Us Proud

“I never doubted for a minute a second that anyone on this council would not support this,” said Councilmember Elizabeth Pearson. “I mean this is just who we are,” Pearson continued. “This is one of the things that make Laguna great.” The Laguna Beach City Council voted yesterday to support a resolution opposing Propostition 8,…