Thursday, September 27, 2007

I knew it

Remember that straight Wisconsin professor who was challenging his state's gay marriage ban? Well, most of the charges have predictably been dismissed:
Wednesday a judge dismissed much of the professor's challenge because it was ruled McConkey is not an injured party. That's because McConkey is not a homosexual; however, he does have a daughter who is gay.

A procedural challenge to the way the amendment was presented to voters last November will continue.

But now McConkey's daughter may take up the challenge. McConkey's daughter and her partner are named as co-plaintiffs in his lawsuit. McConkey says at first he wanted to take up the case because he felt responsible as her father.

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