Wednesday, January 13, 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 3 of the trial

Dan Levine, Lawyers for Prop 8 Point to President Obama’s Opposition to Same-Sex Marriage, The Recorder (SF legal newspaper)

Maura Dolan, Psychologist testifies on 'remarkable similarities' of gay and straight couples, 01/14/10 LA Times

Laura Keen, Defense profers a harm: gay male non-monogamy, 01/14/10 Keen News Service

ADF Senior Counsel Jordan Lorence, Updates from the trial, 01/13/10 ADF press release

NCLR’s Legal Director Shannon Minter on Perry v. Schwarzenegger Proceedings, Day 3, 01/11/10 Pam's House Blend

Kate Kendell, Report from the Frontlines of the Prop 8 Trial, 01/13/10 YouTube

Julia Rosen, Liveblogging Day 3: Daily Summary, 01/13/10 Courage Campaign's Prop. 8 Trial Tracker

Andrew Pugno, Plaintiffs Continue to Lose Ground on Day Three, 01/13/10 Protect Marriage Action Fund

Michael Farrell, Prop. 8 trial: Did animosity drive California's gay marriage ban? 01/13/10 Christian Science Monitor

Gerry Shih, Same-Sex Marriage Case, Day 3: The Defense Pushes Back, 01/13/10 NY Times "The Bay Area"

Liveblogging Perry v Schwarzenegger – Day 3, Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4, 01/13/10 FireDogLake News

Bob Egelko, Trial topic: Is anti-gay bias still a problem? 01/13/10 SF Chronicle

Howard Mintz, Prop. 8 trial Day 3: Live coverage from the courtroom, San Jose Mercury News

Maura Dolan, 'Brokeback Mountain' becomes issue in Prop. 8 hearing, LA Now (LA Times)

Karen Ocamb, Prop 8 trial - day 3 – You all have ‘Brokeback Mountain’ and it even got awards – gay discrimination is over 01/13/10 LGBT POV

Related News

Eve Conant, Harvey Milk's Friends and Biographers on What He Would Have Thought of Prop 8 Trial, 01/13/10 Newsweek's "The Gaggle"

Tony Mauro, Top 9th Circuit Judge, Judicial Conference Tangle Over Video at Proposition 8 Trial, 01/13/10 The National Law Journal

Paul Elias, Gay marriage trial revives camera controversy, 01/13/10 AP

Joe Garofoli, YouTube broadcasts would humanize issue, SF Chronicle, 01/13/10

Justin Scheck and Geoffrey A. Fowler, Quirky Judge Presides in Gay-Marriage Case: Walker, Known for Novel Sentences and Unpredictable Decisions, Riles Some in California Trial by Allowing Wide Range of Evidence, 01/13/10 Wall Street Journal


Maggie Gallagher [president of the National Organization for Marriage], National Review Online: Prop 8's Hurtle: Judge's Bias. 01/13/10

Syd Peterson, Why Are Parents So Afraid Their Kids Will Learn About Gay People? 01/13/10 LGBT POV


Anonymous said...

It is ten minutes past 4 p.m. eastern time and there is no word from the Supreme Court - so as it stands now, the stay issued by the court on broadcasting has expired and there is no new one in place.

Michael Ginsborg said...

Thanks for the comment. I am closely monitoring news of the expected decision. I would be surprised if the Court fails to decide on a permanent ban.

Zack said...

Hey, for what it's worth, I've been covering the statements put out by Andy Pugno and the defense. I haven't seen many others addressing those statements. If you'd be willing to include my blog on your site, I'd appreciate it!

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