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November 17, 1992 | Associated Press
An anti-homosexual measure that passed by just 42 votes in Concord, in Contra Costa County, was declared unconstitutional Monday by a Superior Court judge who said it violates state fairness laws. The ruling, which came four days after a lawsuit was filed against a similar measure in Colorado, was hailed by attorneys on the winning side as a judicial trend. "This is a great encouragement to the case in Colorado," said American Civil Liberties Union attorney Matt Coles.
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November 17, 1992 | Associated Press
An anti-homosexual measure that passed by just 42 votes in Concord, in Contra Costa County, was declared unconstitutional Monday by a Superior Court judge who said it violates state fairness laws. The ruling, which came four days after a lawsuit was filed against a similar measure in Colorado, was hailed by attorneys on the winning side as a judicial trend. "This is a great encouragement to the case in Colorado," said American Civil Liberties Union attorney Matt Coles.
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