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Brief for Colorado for Family Values as Amicus Curiae Supporting Petitioners at 1, Romer v.
Days after that column went to press, the nation learned that Roberts had worked with gay rights advocates in prepping for the Romer v.
O'Connor voted with the anti-gay majority in Hardwick, but a decade later, in Romer v.
Issue 3 has been hotly contested because its opponents say it is contrary to the 1996 Supreme Court decision in Romer v.
Next, Colson discussed the Supreme Court's decision in Romer v.
Sunstein starts his analysis of the current Supreme Court with cases like the right-to-die case, the decision striking down "male only" admissions to the Virginia Military Institute, and Romer v.
In 1996 gay people won their most important legal victory ever, when the Supreme Court voted 6-3 in Romer v.
Sullivan's "logic" yields numerous contradictions: (1) Sullivan scolds Clinton for lying, even though he seems comparatively undisturbed that Reagan lied about the existence of the arms-for-hostages deal we now know as "Iran-Contra"; (2) Sullivan faults Clinton for "don't ask, don't tell," even though he tolerated Reagan's absolute exclusion of gay people from the military; (3) Sullivan even chides Clinton for failing to allow DOJ support for the Romer v.
Shapiro, legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union, insisted that the decision did not "even remotely suggest" that the majority is "backing away" from Romer v.
It was also a long way from Scalia's angry dissent in Romer v.
Hardwick decision (upholding Georgia's sodomy law) and the Romer v.