Try as they might, lawyers from one anti-gay rights organization just can’t get any love from judges in California.

After being barred from intervening in the federal challenge to Proposition 8, the Campaign for California Families tried their luck Wednesday with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. But a conservative panel sitting at Stanford Law School didn’t appear any more likely to let them into the case.

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