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All you want to know about the Prop 8 Trial (But were afraid to demand)

Today is the day that Perry V Shwarzenegger begins. AKA the Federal Prop 8 Trial.

The trial is not being broadcast on live TV. Instead, it will be uploaded to Youtube in bits and pieces after a delay. Here is the Youtube account--you really ought to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/usdccand.

The schedule for the day is available at http://bit.ly/7nlxw1

Conservatives are already claiming the trial is unfair. Obviously they're already expecting to lose. Find out more at http://bit.ly/4wAKVC

Check out the New York Times piece at http://bit.ly/7V7MFy and the New Yorker piece at http://bit.ly/7xOnrl

Too soon to petition the Supreme Court? http://bit.ly/6gJVAi

Ted Olson in Newsweek: The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage. http://tinyurl.com/yktbvtd

What's this trial about? http://ow.ly/V164

LawDork coverage: http://lawdork.net/tag/perry

Julian Bond and Dan Choi named to the advisory board of the organization bringing the trial: http://bit.ly/6hTGe8 AFER's webpagae is: http://www.equalrightsfoundation.org/ They're covering their trial, too!

Live Coverage (text) http://tinyurl.com/ydrb35a

Remote Viewing locations: http://bit.ly/7nlxw1

A fantastic 101: http://tinyurl.com/y9bbwu8

Not on Twitter yet? Today would be a great day to start. You don't even have to sign up to see someone's feed, however. All you have to do is put their Twitter username after http://twitter.com/. Of course, you should drop the "@" too. For those of you with Twitter (or those of you just going to go to Twitter pages today) these people will be providing live coverage/reaction to the Trial starting at 8:30 PT / 10:30 CT:

@nobackseats
@Fedcourtjunkie
@stuartgaffney
@TheAdvocateMag
@kerryeleveld
@chrisgeidner

Its time to DEMAND your RIGHTS!

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