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Proposition 8 Challenged in California Supreme Court

The California Supreme Court has agreed to review the constitutionality of the ballot initiative to amend the constitution to retain the historic definition of marriage. Who gets the last word in whether marriage shall remain a man and a woman, or be changed? Twice, the voters have spoken. Once, the Supreme Court has reversed the voters. Will they do it again? Should they do it again? If you care at all about the subject of marriage, read Ken Starr’s brief filed in defense of marriage on behalf of a coalition of religious organizations:  The Ken Starr Amicus Brief