No Prop 8 Repeal in 2010

It's no big surprise, but efforts to put an initiative on the Novermber 2010 ballot repealing Prop 8 have fallen short.

Karen Ocamb reports that origanizers of the effort are disappointed — one of the leaders calls it a "heartbreaking moment" — but vow to continue on for 2012.

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