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  GOP activists launch recall campaign of attorney general
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Last EditedServo  Feb 24, 2004 09:59pm
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MediaNewspaper - San Jose Mercury News
News DateTuesday, February 24, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionEven as Attorney General Bill Lockyer prepared court papers Tuesday to stop same-sex marriages, a pair of conservative Republicans who helped organize last year's recall of former Gov. Gray Davis announced plans to remove Lockyer from office for "neglecting" state marriage laws.

U.S. Senate hopeful Howard Kaloogian and political consultant Ted Costa opened a petition drive to recall Lockyer, arguing that the two-term attorney general has been ignoring Proposition 22, a measure approved by voters in 2000 that requires the state to only recognize marriage between a man and a woman as valid.

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