Tuesday, September 09, 2014


9th Circuit hears oral arguments in Hawaii marriage equality suit (audio)

by Larry Geller

The plaintiffs in Natasha Jackson, et al v. Neil Abercrombie, et al have already married. Hawaii has now legalized marriage equality and marriages are taking place.

The parties now agree. So this case should be moot, right?

Yet the Hawaii Family Forum, as intervener, argued, not quite yet. The Supreme Court could still strike down Hawaii’s law.

Of course, it didn’t sound quite that simple. Check out the audio in the player below, or download a copy to your own computer. While listening, it’s good to keep in mind that all sides in this case submitted briefs, so everyone knows what they are talking about, except possibly us.

Listen here:

If the player does not appear, you can also download or listen to the audio file here.


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