Yes Scott, it's true. Arnold has once again vowed to veto the bill. Sadly, he just caves in to his republican cronies. On the premise that 'the people decided in 2000, and the courts will have to decide this one." BLAH! That bill did quite well, passing through the house and senate fairly quickly. This year it is pretty much sailing. But I don't see it getting past Arnold's desk, and he isn't one to really listen to anyone once he's made his mind up, unless his ideas fail.
I was surprised he was voted in. However, the only real competition for governor was Phil Angelides, and he's not exactly one to grab the spotlight. Had my vote, but unfortunately it wasn't enough! We actually have it better than most states. But better isn't good enough. We MUST achieve full equality.
"Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation."
Coretta Scott King