California Supreme Court rejects bid to revive Prop. 8 | LA Times

LA Times: Austin R. Nimocks, senior counsel for a group that joined with ProtectMarriage in trying to revive Proposition 8, said Wednesday’s decision “does not end the debate about marriage in California.” “Though the current California officials are unwilling to enforce the state Constitution, we remain hopeful that one day Californians will elect officials who will,” said Nimocks, a lawyer with Alliance Defending Freedom, which litigates religious liberty issues. Nimocks charged that state officials, who refused to defend Proposition 8, had “silenced more than 7 million Californians who clearly expressed their views about marriage.”