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Prop 8 Plaintiffs File Brief Urging Release of Trial Videotapes

Yesterday, the American Foundation for Equal Rights representing the plaintiffs in Perry v. Brown, the landmark federal lawsuit that found Proposition 8 unconstitutional, filed a brief opposing the emergency motion for a stay pending appeal set in place by Judge...
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