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Rally in Celebration or Protest at 5:30pm on the Day of the Decision
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The CA Supreme Court will announce their decision on Proposition 8 at 10:00 am Pacific Time on Tuesday May 26. We must act! We are calling you to join us for a rally in celebration or protest on Tuesday May 26 at 7:00 pm, the day of the decision. Protests will occur nationwide and our voices will be heard! We hope that we will come together in celebration, but must know that even in celebration we have many more battles to win and need to unite on the day of decision in one loud voice.
Meet at 7:00 pm Tusday May 26 at the Denton Courthouse on the Square. Bring Signs.
Tuesday, May 26th Day of Decision Location & Information
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Name: Sandy Swan
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Denton Courthouse on the Square
|Event Details can be found at the following pages. They will be continuously updated, so please check back often for the latest information and news. Thanks!|
National Day of Decision Facebook Group
Facebook Event Page
Yelp Event Page
Myspace Event Page
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We are rallying in Denton on Tuesday May 26 at 7:00 pm at the Courthouse on the Square. The decision by the California State Supreme Court will be announced at 10:00 am that morning so Bring signs in accordance with the decision.
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