FindLaw: Prop 8 Arguments at 9th Circuit to Be Televised

Prop 8 Arguments at 9th Circuit to Be Televised – Civil Rights Law – Decided

By Tanya Roth on November 24, 2010 11:51 AM

Will the revolution be televised? If you consider the arguments regarding California’s ban on same sex marriage, Proposition 8, to be in any way revolutionary, then the answer is yes.

A federal court of appeals has ruled that both C-Span and local news station KGO-TV may televise the arguments before the court. Oral arguments are scheduled to be heard December 6. 3.2.1 for Mac

OpenOffice continues to grow and change, and this new version of the program is worth a look. The OpenOffice suite includes applications that allow users to make text documents, spreadsheets, diagrams, and databases. This latest version includes templates for professional writers, and export tool for functionality with Google Docs, and enhanced blog publishing. This version is compatible with computers running Mac OS X 10.4 and newer.

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NDNY FCBA Annual CLE, Meeting & Dinner: December 2, 2010

Dear NDNY FCBA Members:


Thursday, December 2, 2010, the NDNY FCBA will hold their annual CLE, Meeting & Dinner at the Genesee Grande Hotel in Syracuse, New York.

The CLE program entitled, “Critical Updates – Current Issues Regarding Federal Court Practice & Procedure” will begin at 1:00 p.m. Following the CLE, we will hold the annual meeting, a complimentary cocktail hour and finally, our Annual Dinner.

We expect the full complement of our Northern District judiciary to be in attendance. This will be a wonderful opportunity to enjoy each other’s company.

It is important that we receive your dinner confirmation and menu selection by Monday, November 29th. Please see attached for all of the registration details.

Thank you and have a wonderful holiday!

Trista F. O’Hara, Esq.
Pro Se Coordinator
NDNY Federal Court Bar Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 1306
Syracuse, New York 13201
Office #: (315) 422-2711
Toll Free #: 1-877-422-1011
Fax #: (315) 422-2778 First Unofficial Guide to Dropbox [Save PDF or Read Online]

The First Unofficial Guide to Dropbox [Save PDF or Read Online]

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