March 26, 2013
How to Follow Today’s Supreme Court Prop 8 Hearing, Voraciously

No more politicians switching sides. No more talk of what the polls mean. The long awaited gay marriage arguments at the Supreme Court have arrived, and the stakes are high for the most important civil rights cases before the nation’s highest court in years. Here’s a guide to keeping track of the proceedings, beginning with today’s oral arguments on Hollingsworth v. Perry (aka Proposition 8) with expectations high and low, conclusions fast and slow, on social media and by way of a drinking game — with coffee, but still.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

How to Follow Today’s Supreme Court Prop 8 Hearing, Voraciously

No more politicians switching sides. No more talk of what the polls mean. The long awaited gay marriage arguments at the Supreme Court have arrived, and the stakes are high for the most important civil rights cases before the nation’s highest court in years. Here’s a guide to keeping track of the proceedings, beginning with today’s oral arguments on Hollingsworth v. Perry (aka Proposition 8) with expectations high and low, conclusions fast and slow, on social media and by way of a drinking game — with coffee, but still.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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