March 9, 2005

Judge grants Temporary Restraining Order against USA Next in anti-gay anti-AARP ad lawsuit

via AmericaBlog

A federal judge in Washington, DC just granted the gay couple's request for a Temporary Restraining Order against USA Next, requiring the organization to cease and desist from further use of the couple's photos for any purpose. This is a big deal because it means the judge has found that the guys have a very good chance of winning their case, and he also said he could see how they could get damages.

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