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Live Blogging the Prop 8 Trial

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Although Judge Walker received hundreds of thousands of public comments (to be exact, there were 138,542 in favor and 32 opposed) to broadcasting the Federal Prop 8 trial, people across the country were denied that opportunity after the Supreme Court this morning blocked taping until at least Wednesday when a final decision would be made. However, The Courage Campaign, which supports gay marriage, is live blogging from the courthouse. If you know of any live blogs covering the trial from the other side of the table, let us know.