Prop 8
The latest news about Proposition 8, often shortened to Prop 8, the controversial 2008 state constitutional amendment and ballot proposition that banned marriage equality in California. Comprised of two sections, the proposition, also called the California Marriage Protection Act, stipulated: Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California. Prop 8 was overturned in August 2013 by the U.S. Supreme Court, which restored same-sex marriage to California. We stay on top of developments so that you can stay informed about this issue.
Op-ed: Porn and Condoms and Prop. 8

Op-ed: Porn and Condoms and Prop. 8

How California's marriage equality case can (and should) sink L.A.’s 'condoms in porn' law.

Supreme Court Won't Hear NOM's Latest Appeal on Donor Disclosure

Supreme Court Rejects NOM — Again

The court let stand a ruling that the names of Proposition 8's financial backers must remain public record.

California: Gov. Appoints Gay Judges To Bench

California: Gov. Appoints Gay Judges To Bench

Therese M. Stewart and James M. Humes are making history in California's judicial system.

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

PHOTOS: The Prop. 8 Wedding Five Years in the Making

After a five-year fight to secure the freedom to marry the person they love, Prop. 8 plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo exchanged vows before friends, family, and celebrities at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday.

Op-ed: Keep Saying 'I Do' After the Altar

Op-ed: Keep Saying 'I Do' After the Altar

A year after its overturning, Prop. 8 plaintiffs and husbands Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami reflect on the progress of marriage equality.

How Conservative Lawyer Ted Olson Joined the Prop. 8 Fight

How Conservative Lawyer Ted Olson Joined Prop. 8 Fight

In their new book recounting their experience fighting Proposition 8, Ted Olson and David Boies, two polar opposite attorneys, explain how they even got paired up to begin with.

WATCH: Prop. 8 Plaintiffs on the Momentum of Equality

WATCH: Prop. 8 Plaintiffs on the Momentum of Equality

Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami talk about the forces behind pro–marriage equality rulings and discuss the new documentary on their court victory, The Case Against 8.

Scalia Knows (Closeted) Homosexuals

Scalia Says He Has (Closeted) Gay Friends

In a wide-ranging interview with New York magazine, the senior-most Supreme Court justice discussed profanity, the Internet, the devil, and the gay people in his life who haven't come out to him. 

SUPREME COURT ISSUES LANDMARK LGBT RULINGS
June 20 2014 8:36 PM ET

DOMA UNCONSTITUTIONAL; CALIFORNIA BAN ON MARRIAGE DEAD

The Supreme Court made history today by deciding two landmark cases on LGBT equality today with far-reaching implications.

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