Thursday, January 14, 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 4 of the trial
  • News media
Gerry Shih, Arguments At Court, 01/14/10 NY Times

Malia Wollan, Same-Sex Marriage Case, Day 4: Economics, 01/14/10 NY Times' "The Bay Area"

Roger Brigham, Prop 8 trial, Day 4: Testimony focuses on language, gay stereotypes and economic impact, 01/14/10 Edge Boston

Bob Egelko, City economist: Same-sex marriage good for San Francisco, SF Chronicle

Maura Dolan, Same-sex weddings would boost San Francisco economy, witness says at Prop. 8 trial, 01/14/10 L.A. Now (LA Times)

Howard Mintz, Experts again headline Proposition 8 trial, 01/14/10 San Jose Mercury News

Howard Mintz, Prop. 8 trial Day 4: Live coverage from the courtroom, 01/14/10 San Jose Mercury News
  • Blogs
Mark Hefflinger, The Prop. 8 Trial As Catharsis For America, 01/15/10 LGBT POV

NCLR’s Legal Director Shannon Minter on Perry v. Schwarzenegger Proceedings, Day 4, 01/14/10 Pam's House Blend

Andrew Pugno, General Counsel, Plaintiffs’ Witness Trend Continues, 01/14/10 Action Fund

Attorney Chris Geidner, Perry: Day 4, 01/14/10 LawDork

Julia Rosen, Liveblogging Day 4: Daily Summary, 01/14/10 Prop. 8 Trial Tracker

Syd Peterson, Dr. Edwin Egan Testifies on the Economic Impact of Marriage Equality, 01/14/10 LGBT POV

Related news

Eve Conant, This Week in Conservative Media: Prop 8 Judge on Trial, 01/14/10

Gay marriage judge abandons Web broadcast attempt, 01/14/10 AP

Ashby Jones, Why Do We Need the State’s Permission to Get Married Anyway? [Interview with historian Stephanie Coontz, author of Marriage, A History] 01/14/10 WSJ Law Blog


[Commentary on U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Hollingsworth v. Perry, 558 U. S. _ (2010) (09A648)]

William C. Duncan, Proposition 8 Trial: The Question of Relevance, National Review's 01/14/10 "The Corner"

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