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9th Circuit grants motion to expedited schedule for Lemons v Bradbury

On April 29, the federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals granted plaintiffs' motion for expedited review in Lemons v. Bradbury, the lawsuit filed by out-of-state groups seeking to revive last year's failed referendum against Oregon's domestic partnership law by forcing elections officials to change the way they treat signatures on voter petitions. The original review schedule set by the Court likely would have resulted in a decision sometime next year, but Friday's order means the case could be decided as early as July.

Basic Rights Oregon has more information including updated Lemons v Bradbury timeline, court docs etc. That's here.

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  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5/18/08 2:35 PM

    http://americansfortruth.com/index.php

    I stumbled across this website and am alerting all gay rights activists to help them head off any actions/legislation that this group could cause.

    Thanks.

    Richard    



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