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March 28, 2013


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The problem with that analysis is that under California Supreme Court's decision in Perry v. Brown, the official proponents represent not their own interests, but that of the State of California. Everyone agrees that the State has standing to defend Prop 8. So the only question is who gets to represent the State. It seems to me that the question of who gets to represent and speak for the State is an issue of state law.

Evan Sorem

While I understand the argument, refusing to answer the question is the coward's way out. We'll see about Justice Kennedy come June...:)

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