Legal Analyst Says Prop 8 Court Hearing Could Determine If Existing Gay Marriages Will Stand

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(Sacramento, CA)
Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The California Supreme Court hears oral arguments today (Thursday 3.5) in three lawsuits testing the legality of a ban on same-sex marriages. 
Voters approved Proposition 8 last November. 
It changed the state constitution to define a marriage in California as between one man and one woman.
Capital Public Radio's Steve Shadley recently spoke with Larry Levine.  He’s a University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law Professor about the hearing…
0304 Larry Levine Interview with Capital Public Radio's Steve Shadley, Total Time:  4:20 Minutes 
InCue:  “the key argument is to strike down…”
OutCue:  “well Thank You, Thank You…”
Steve Shadley speaking with Sacramento law professor Larry Levine (La-VEEN).