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2008 News Archives

October 18, 2008

Connecticut Ruling Overturns Ban on Same-Sex Marriage

The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled on Friday that same-sex couples have the right to marry, reversing a lower court decision that had concluded that the civil unions legalized in the state three years ago had offered the same rights and benefits as marriage. READ MORE

February 26, 2008

PUC Victory! Board of Supervisors Votes to Retain the Existing "Urban Bubble" in Angwin

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Napa County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday, February 26th, to retain the existing "urban bubble" in Angwin, respecting the property rights of Pacific Union College. As indicated by the letter below, the legal claims raised by the Church State Council on behalf of the college are being given wide credit for convincing the Supervisors to avoid restricting the college's development rights through amendment of its General Plan. READ MORE