Prof. Monroe Freedman: Prop 8 Proponents May Have Undermined Their Own Case

Monroe H. Freedman, Professor of Law

Did CA Same-Sex Marriage Foes Undermine Own Case?
By Bob Egelko
San Francisco Chronicle
May 25, 2011


Monroe Freedman, a Hofstra University law professor and scholar on legal ethics, said Tuesday that the Prop. 8 campaign undercut the distinction Cooper was drawing between gay and straight judges.

Based on the campaign message, Freedman said, “any heterosexual has a problem (judging the case) because his or her marriage or future marriage is threatened … because the children are threatened.”

Read more at sfgate.com.

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