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Aug. 4, 2010: Federal Judge Vaughn R. Walker ruled that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional. Walker's decision here:

May 26, 2009: The California Supreme Court upholds Proposition 8 by a 6-1 vote. Existing same-sex marriages are allowed to stand. Justice Carlos Moreno is the lone holdout in the decision.

March 5, 2009: The California Supreme Court heard oral arguements in the case to overturn Prop. 8.

Nov. 4, 2009: California voters approved Proposition 8, the constitutional amendment that changed the state's definition of marriage to one man and one woman. This change eliminated same-sex marriage. The vote tally was 52.3% (7,001,084) for the amendment and to 43.7% (6,401,482) against.

California Supreme Court resources:

Secretary of State map shows vote results by county:

Consultants Frank Schubert and Jeff Flint in Politics magazine on their campaign to pass Prop 8:

Last edited by whateverworks on May 9, 2012

Other pages referencing Proposition 8: Jeff Flint, Chad Griffin, Gary Jeandron, Jennifer Kerns, Dennis Mangers, Carlos R. Moreno, Andrew Pugno, Frank Schubert, Vaughn R. Walker,

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