5 Thoughts on the Kitchen v. Herbert Argument

For those who somehow didn’t hear, yesterday was the oral argument in the Kitchen v. Herbert appeal at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver. Since there are few things I enjoy doing more than listening to a well-argued appeal, I listened to the arguments online yesterday afternoon and have a few thoughts that I thought I would throw out there for anyone who’s interested.  If you’re inclined to listen to the argument yourself, you can find an MP3 here. (1) The State of Utah and the Plaintiffs are…

Thoughts on SB100 and Amendment 3: Delayed Debate, Subordination, and Separation of Powers

UPDATE – February 10, 2014, 2:52 PM.  Daniel Burton of PubliusOnline confirmed with multiple sources at the legislature that it was not Gene Schaerr or the Attorney General’s office that instructed the legislature to put a moratorium on SB100.  This fits better with my impression of Reyes and Schaerr as smart guys and much more experience litigators than myself.  ——————– The talk of the capitol last week was the fate of SB100, Senator Urquhart’s statewide non-discrimination bill, which was tabled — ostensibly along with all other bills related to gay…