Cole Parker Posted August 13, 2010 Report Share Posted August 13, 2010 Interesting developments going on: The federal judge who decided in favor of legalizing gay marriage but delayed inplementation of the order for a week was to have waived the delay this week, but instead extended it another week to allow anyone apealing his decisison more time to do so. But, a legal entanglement has arisen. It turns out, only the losing party in this case has the right of appeal. In this case, it was a contest between the gay applicants versus two people, our governor and our attorney general. Both of those people, Arnold and Jerry Brown--who is currently running for governor--have come out in support of the judge's decision, and both have said they won't appeal. This means the liklihood of a legitimate appeal being filed is slim, and the liklihood strong that the judge's decision to permit gay marriages will stand and be enacted next week. C Quote Link to comment
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