Notes

CHAPTER 1

1. Sarah Kershaw, Adversaries on Gay Rights Vow State-by-State Fight, N.Y. TIMES, July 6, 2003. See also Marcia Coyle, The Fallout Begins, NATIONAL L.J., July 7, 2003.

2. Summer officially begins on June 21.

3. Frank Rich, Gay Kiss: Business as Usual, N.Y. TIMES, June 22, 2003.

4. Id.

5. Halpern v. Toronto, 2003 WL 34950 (Ontario Ct. App. June 11, 2003).

6. Id.

7. Colin Nickerson, Ontario Court Oks Same-Sex Marriage, BOSTON GLOBE, June 11, 2003.

8. Tom Cohen, AP, Dozens in Canada Follow Gay Couple's Lead, WASH. POST, June 12, 2003.

9. Colin Nickerson, British Columbia Approves Gay, Lesbian Marriages, BOSTON GLOBE, July 9, 2003.

10. Clifford Kraus, Canadian Leaders Agree to Propose Gay Marriage Law, N.Y. TIMES, June 18, 2003.

11. Hendrick Hertzberg, Northern Light, NEW YORKER, July 7, 2003.

12. Jeet Heer, Canadian Rhapsody, BOSTON GLOBE, July 13, 2003.

13. Id.

14. Lawrence v. Texas, ___ U.S. ___, 71 U.S.L.W. 4574 (June 26, 2003).

15. Id.

16. Id. (quoting statute).

17. Id.

18. Joseph Landau, Ripple Effect, NEW REPUBLIC, June 23, 2003.

19. Id.

20. Id.

21. Lawrence v. Texas, ___ U.S. ___, 71 U.S.L.W. 4574 (June 26, 2003).

22. Id. Justice O'Connor's concurring opinion made the point a bit more explicitly.

23. Howard Fineman, A Wedge Is Born: Gay Marriage and 2004, NEWSWEEK, July 14, 2003.

24. Evan Wolfson, All Together Now, in MARRIAGE AND SAME-SEX UNIONS: A DEBATE 3 (Lynn Wardle, et al, eds. 2003).

25. See also, e.g., Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620 (1996) (Scalia, J., dissenting); Scalia declared: “Don't believe it.” Id.

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