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  1. Constitution Day today. Trial in our federal case to secure the equal rights promised by this remarkable document starts Jan 11.
  2. Chad Griffin talking live NOW with Michelangelo Signorile on Sirius XM radio.
  3. TRIAL DATE: January 11, 2010
  4. Great profile on lead counsel Ted Olson in Wednesday's NY Times.
  5. President Obama on DOMA: "my Administration believes that the Act is discriminatory and should be repealed by Congress.
  6. DOJ today: "this Administration does not support DOMA as a matter of policy, believes that it is discriminatory, and supports its repeal."
  7. Ted Olson speaks with the LA Times:
  8. "It is time that our Constitution fulfill its promise of equal protection and due process for all citizens..."
  9. David Boies in the WSJ - "Why Ted Olson and I are working to overturn California's Proposition 8."
  10. New order from Chief Judge Walker: All motions to intervene must be filed by July 24, 2009.
  11. Moving swiftly toward equal hearing August 19.
  12. In the federal courthouse awaiting start of first hearing.
  13. Advocate: All Systems Go...
  14. AP: Judge favors trial soon on Calif. gay marriage ban.
  15. Chief Judge Walker: “Serious Questions” About the Constitutionality of Prop. 8; case should “Proceed Expeditiously to Trial."
  16. "...and its significance is underscored by the united front presented to the court," said Foundation Board President Chad Griffin.
  17. "This case is about the denial of fundamental Constitutional rights..."
  18. "...which have brought inspiring leadership and legal expertise to the cause of ensuring all Americans are treated equally under the law."
  19. "We are pleased to have the Amicus brief from the ACLU, Lambda Legal and NCLR..."
  20. BREAKING NEWS: ACLU, Lambda Legal and the National Center for Lesbian Rights support AFER lawsuit in newly filed court documents!