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Inside Look: Bringing Prop. 8 Case to Supreme Court
Take a backstage peek at the preparation and planning for AFER's March 26 argument at the Supreme Court. Join the plaintiffs, their families, and AFER's legal team and board for a behind-the-scenes look at our work.
Reactions: Prop. 8 at the Supreme Court
Here are a few highlights from Friday's announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will hear AFER’s case challenging Proposition 8 and the ACLU’s case challenging the so-called Defense of Marriage Act.
One of the Most Important Republican Donors is on a Mission: Marriage Equality
Paul Singer has given nearly $10 million of his own money to LGBT-rights initiatives, including AFER's case against Prop. 8, and marriage efforts in New York, New Hampshire and New Jersey.
New Study Shows Effect on LGBT Youth of State-Sponsored Discrimination
For his first action as HRC’s new president, AFER co-founder Chad Griffin released a new report quantifying the experiences LGBT youth in America.
AFER in the News: Leaders Discuss Future of the Prop. 8 Case
Yesterday marked a huge turning point in our case for marriage equality. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals announced that it will not rehear our case. Here’s a round-up of interviews quoting people involved with AFER’s case for marriage equality in reaction to yesterday’s decision.
Reactions: AFER’s Leaders in the Media about Obama Marriage Equality Support
President Obama’s announcement yesterday that he supports full marriage equality for gay and lesbian American is nothing less than historic. For the first time, a sitting U.S. President has come out in strong, full support of full equality.