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Proposition 8 (California, 2010)

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  • Judge strikes down Prop. 8, allows gay marriage in California

    Judge strikes down Prop. 8, allows gay marriage in California
    The federal judge who overturned Proposition 8 Wednesday said the ballot initiative that banned same-sex marriage was based on moral disapproval of gay marriage and ordered the state to stop enforcing the ban.
  • Burbank couple in Prop. 8 case renew vows a year later

    Burbank couple in Prop. 8 case renew vows a year later
    The second time around, the grooms wore matching sleek, black suits. In a star-studded Beverly Hills party Saturday, Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, two of the plaintiffs in the landmark case that struck down Proposition 8’s ban on same-sex...

    818 Roundup: Prop. 8 plaintiffs from Burbank renew vows; Glendale-L.A. border railroad cross

    818 Roundup: Prop. 8 plaintiffs from Burbank renew vows; Glendale-L.A. border railroad cross
    Good morning, 818 readers. Today is Tuesday, July 1, 2014. The National Weather Service predicts the high will be 81 and low 65 in Glendale. Your top news in the region: - In a star-studded Beverly Hills party Saturday, Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo,...

    Start the Presses: Crafted morality at Hobby Lobby

    Start the Presses: Crafted morality at Hobby Lobby
    The old Orchard Supply Hardware in Burbank sits half a mile from my former home on Reese Place. Despite its convenient location, it never failed to have more than half of what I needed for any project, forcing me to trudge another couple miles to the Home...

    In Theory: The high court rules in favor of prayer

    A divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday in the case of Town of Greece, New York v. Galloway et al., that it does not violate the Constitution to offer sectarian prayers during open local government meetings, even if the majority of the prayers offered...