Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Selection of articles and posts on the Perry case

I am preparing my "Perry roundups" in an abbreviated format, providing just the title, date, and source of each article. I select just the articles and posts that I consider especially noteworthy.

Day 2 of the trial

Andy Pugno Update on Prop. 8 Litigation: Second Day of Trial is Positive for Defense, 01/13/10 ProtectMarriage.com Action Fund

Karen Ocamb, Prop 8 trial presser with attorneys Ted Boutrous and Terry Stewart, 01/13/10 LGBT POV

Laura Keen, Day 2: Is Prop. 8 Like The Anita Bryant crusade? Keen News Service for 365.com, 01/13/10 [See also this related post by journalist Karen Ocamb.]

NCLR Senior Counsel Shannon Minter, Perry v. Schwarzenneger Proceedings, Day 2, 01/12/10

Attorney Chris Geidner, Perry: Day 2, 01/12/10 LawDork.com

Rick Jacobs, Liveblogging Day 2, 01/12/10 Courage Campaign Prop. 8 Trial Tracker

Dan Levine, Expert Battle Comes Early, 01/13/10 The Recorder (legal newspaper; subscription required)

Gerry Shih, Same-Sex Marriage Case, Day 2: History Lessons, 01/12/10 NY Times Bay Area blog

Howard Mintz, Prop. 8 trial Day 2: Live coverage from the courtroom, 01/12/10 San Jose Mercury News

Bob Egelko, Historian [Nancy Cott] makes the case for same-sex marriage, 01/12/10 SF Chronicle

Maura Dolan, Gays and lesbians have been a 'despised category,’ historian [George Chauncey] says at Prop. 8 trial, 01/12/10 L.A. Now (LA Times)

Maura Dolan, Professor [Nancy Cott] in Prop. 8 trial testifies that marriage has been historically restricted in U.S. [updated], 01/12/10 L.A. Now (LA Times)

Lisa Leff and Paula Elias, Historian: Marriage about more than procreation, 01/12/10 AP

Eve Conant, Gay Marriage on Trial: The Relevance of Slavery, 01/12/10 The Gaggle Blog (Newsweek.com)

Brooke Murphy, Meet the Witnesses: Dr. Nancy Cott, Dr. George Chauncey. 01/12/10 SpeakEqual.com

Related News

Rachel Rodriguez, Beyond Prop 8: Same-sex couples and their struggles to marry, 01/12/10 CNN.com


Law professor John Eastman, Prop 8 trial set up aids gay marriage side, 01/12/10 CNN Opinion

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