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Outrage Over State Bar Using Prop-8-Blacklisted Hotel

Russell Roeca, president of the Bar Association of San Francisco, refuses to stay at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego for the group's convention. Many radical liberals are upset that the Bar is using the blacklisted Hyatt. Doug Manchester, owner of the Hyatt, gave $125,000 for Proposition 8.

California's corrupt courts recently ruled that donors must reveal personal info including address and employer, even if it means receiving voter coercion and death threats.

Ironically, the same judge (Morrison England) also ruled that the Bar Association cannot appropriate their funds for political purposes. Does that mean they can't withhold their funds for the same political purposes?

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