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January 11, 2010

Ted Olson on "the conservative case for gay marriage"

Ted Olson, the high-profile appellate litigator and former Bush administration solicitor general who's spearheading the federal trial on California's Prop 8, writes in Newsweek that his involvement in the case is based on a "lifetime of exposure to persons of different backgrounds, histories, viewpoints, and intrinsic characteristics, and on my rejection of what I see as superficially appealing but ultimately false perceptions about our Constitution and its protection of equality and fundamental rights."


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