FAQ on the case, its background and possible future, and its potential impact on California and the rest of the US.Additionally, Chris Geidner over at Poliglot has posted an excellent
Law wonks might like to view the briefing of the case here, courtesy of American Foundation for Equal Rights.
You can watch the case on C-SPAN; if you’re unable to do so, a lot of people will be live-blogging the trial, but I’d recommend the Prop 8 Trial Tracker live blog, as they’ll be sitting in the court relaying information as it comes in.
AFER’s website is loaded with information on where you can watch the trial (including different TV channels, audio live-streams online, and watch parties across the country) . They will be doing a liveblog as well, with Andy Towle of Towleroad.
You can also get live updates on Twitter via @NCLRights, @KateKendell, @couragecampaign and @AFER.
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