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Proposition 8 (California, 2010)

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  • Researcher accused of fraud in gay marriage study responds to critics

    Researcher accused of fraud in gay marriage study responds to critics
    Michael LaCour, the UCLA political scientist accused of falsifying results in a highly publicized same-sex marriage study, lashed back at his critics late Friday by issuing a 23-page response that also included apologies for "misrepresenting survey incentives and funding."
  • Merits of ballot initiatives best left in hands of voters

    Merits of ballot initiatives best left in hands of voters
    The wonderful thing about California's direct democracy process is that any citizen with an idea and $200 can propose a new law for the statewide ballot. Of course, sometimes that's not so wonderful. Some proposals are not just bad, but awful, and the...

    Retraction of gay marriage study leaves L.A. canvassers feeling jilted

    Laura Gardiner knew she was making a difference with her work. As national mentoring coordinator at the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Leadership Lab, she and her colleagues had toiled to train 1,000 volunteers who had fanned out across Los Angeles and...

    Study of views on gay marriage should be retracted, coauthor says

    Study of views on gay marriage should be retracted, coauthor says
    A highly publicized study that purported to show how face-to-face interactions can change people's views on same-sex marriage is being disavowed by one of its authors who now says he has doubts about the data. The study, published in December by the...

    NoVa. Republican, former HP CEO Fiorina running for president

    NoVa. Republican, former HP CEO Fiorina running for president
    Former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Carly Fiorina said Monday she will seek to become the United States' first female president, joining a crowded field for the Republican presidential nomination. "Yes, I am running for president," Fiorina said on ABC's "Good...