Shortly afterwards, Seattle Weekly decided to publish on its Website the names of those who had signed referendum 71 and who are thus opposed to domestic partnerships, around 100,000 names.
Protect Marriage wanted that a court decides that the list of names stay secret, they do not even assume their choices. First, a lower court ruled that the names were part of the public record and then, the Supreme Court refused to block release of names as reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Once again it is flunked!
It would seem it is not the first case that NOM and its allies have lost.