"California gay marriage ruling isn't seen as trend; The state Supreme Court's decision to strike down a ban on such unions is not likely to have a national ripple effect, experts on both sides of the issue say":
David G. Savage has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times, along with an article headlined "Bans on gay marriages are expected to face legal challenges; Conservative activists say the California ruling exposes a vulnerability in the laws against same-sex unions
And The San Francisco Chronicle reports today that "Battle looms for plan to ban same-sex nuptials."
"With Other Nations Refusing Detainees' Return, 'We Are Stuck' With Guantanamo, Gates Says": This article
appears today in The Washington Post.
"11th Circuit to Consider Whether Right to Counsel Is Lost When Assets Are Frozen":
law.com provides this report
The Associated Press is reporting:
Now available online are articles headlined "YouTube suit called threat to online communication
" and "Lethal injections raise defense attorneys' fears
"The California Supreme Court's Decision Equalizing Marriage for Gay and Straight Couples: Did the Court Overstep?"
Edward Lazarus has this essay
online at FindLaw.