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Proposition 8 (California, 2010)

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  • HBO Celebrates Theatrical Release, TV Premiere of 'The Case Against 8′

    For years HBO and other television distributors, which play an instrumental role in every documentary's shelf life, could rent a theater for a week -- a tactic known as "four-walling"-- and quietly qualify docs for Academy Award consideration, thereby...
  • 'The Case Against 8' filmmakers were there as the case was made

    'The Case Against 8' filmmakers were there as the case was made
    A documentary telling the story of a landmark Supreme Court trial typically depends on archival photos, legal documents and interviews with historians or, with some luck, participants long after the trial itself. Not so with "The Case Against 8." The...
  • California election results brighten GOP hopes for the future

    The Republican Party is alive and kicking after all in California. Not exactly kicking butt — but surviving, thinking and scrapping. The GOP dodged a potentially fatal Tim Donnelly bullet by advancing the much safer Neel Kashkari to a November...
  • 'The Case Against 8' is engagingly presented in documentary

    'The Case Against 8' is engagingly presented in documentary
    Emotional and analytical by turn, "The Case Against 8" is a thoroughly engaging documentary that draws back the curtain on one aspect of perhaps the most contentious legal battle of recent years, the fight for marriage equality that went all the way to...
  • Lawmakers ask S.F. archbishop not to attend anti-gay marriage rally

    Lawmakers ask S.F. archbishop not to attend anti-gay marriage rally
    San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone has made no secret of his stance on same-sex marriage. As chair of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops subcommittee for the promotion and defense of marriage, he backed an amendment to the U....
  • Dustin Lance Black tells a story at Pasadena college ceremony: His

    Dustin Lance Black tells a story at Pasadena college ceremony: His
    "Hoo!” Dustin Lance Black told the graduating class of Pasadena City College. “I made it!” Yes he did, and with that opening line, the screenwriter and LGBT activist brought something of a close to an embarrassing chapter for the...
  • Punter Chris Kluwe lacks an NFL job, but he isn't finished kicking

     Punter Chris Kluwe lacks an NFL job, but he isn't finished kicking
    The footballs boom off his foot, sailing high and far, the equivalent of 45, even 50 yards beyond a line of scrimmage. And when the kicker eases up a bit to concentrate on location, he rolls punts within three feet of each other. If Chris Kluwe had...
  • In Theory: The high court rules in favor of prayer

    A divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday in the case of Town of Greece, New York v. Galloway et al., that it does not violate the Constitution to offer sectarian prayers during open local government meetings, even if the majority of the prayers offered...
  • Mozilla CEO Steps Down Amid Anti-Gay Furor

    Brendan Eich, the embattled CEO of Mozilla, has decided to step down after the recent uproar over his 2008 political contributions opposing gay marriage. The maker of the popular Firefox Web browser announced the news on its blog Thursday. "We know...
  • Complete list of Summer Sneaks films

    APRIL 30 The M Word At a struggling Los Angeles TV station, a children's show actress leads her female colleagues as new management arrives from New York on a cost-cutting mission. With Tanna Frederick, Michael Imperioli and Gregory Harrison....
  • On Michigan affirmative action case, Supreme Court makes the right call

    On Michigan affirmative action case, Supreme Court makes the right call
    The Supreme Court upheld Michigan’s ban on affirmative action on Tuesday. The 6-2 decision, as The Times’ David Savage explains, “clears away constitutional challenges to the state bans on affirmative action, which began in California in...