The marriage movement's unlikely champion

07/28/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Lawyer Ted Olson, a lifelong Republican who represented George W. Bush before the Supreme Court in the Bush v. Gore case, talks about his seemingly unlikely role as co-counsel for the group challenging California's Proposition 8 marriage ban. "We are discriminating unfairly and unreasonably against gay and lesbian individuals, and it's the wrong thing for us to do," Olson said of Proposition 8.

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