"We don't know the timetable. They could call for additional briefings or just send out a notice that the petition has been accepted or denied," he said. "They have the right to drag it out, but that would be very atypical."
"We don't take away the rights of the individuals, put them in a box and say that they're less equal," he said. "We don't do that in this country. The overwhelming evidence of the case we tried is that sexual orientation is an immutable part of a person's characteristics,"