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Standing to Defend Initiatives, Part II

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Tomorrow the California Supreme Court will announce its answer to the question certified by the Ninth Circuit regarding whether the proponents of an initiative have standing to defend it when executive officers fail to do so.  Notice is here.  As noted in the prior post, CJLF takes no position on the underlying marriage controversy, but I do think the proponents should have standing to make their case for the initiative.

Update:  The Court thinks so too, unanimously.

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What happen to the hang question? Do you have continuation of this blog? Standing to defend Initiatives really make me interested and I have read related articles like this before and the case don't solve it either.

Elysa

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