GLAD files suit against Reilly over anti-gay referendum

Kiritsy, Laura
October 2001
Bay Windows;10/11/2001, pN.PAG
Focuses on a lawsuit filed by Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD) on October 3, 2001 asking the Supreme Judicial Court to overturn Attorney General Thomas Reilly's decision to certify anti-gay constitutional amendments. Aim of the Protection of Marriage amendments; Argument presented by GLAD about the amendments; Comments by Barbara Cox of the California Western School of Law on the amendments.


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