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  • Newport City Council says no to Peotter censure over gay-marriage criticism

    The Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday night after two hours of discussion that Councilman Scott Peotter should not face formal reprimand for his recent email criticizing same-sex marriage.
  • Venezia: Decision not to censure Peotter is bad news for Newport

    I've covered my share of council meetings, but the one Tuesday night in Newport Beach was a doozy. If I hadn't witnessed it, I wouldn't have believed it. I was embarrassed to be a Newport Beach resident. I urge every voter in town to watch what...

    Commentary: Rejoicing in love's victory

    In a landmark civil-rights decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marriage that can't be denied by state laws. The following is a reaction from the Rev. Sarah Halverson, pastor of Fairview...

    Mailbag: Stating religious beliefs does not make councilman homophobic

    Re. "Peotter's opposition to gay unions draws ire" (July 8): The most recent criticism of Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter is very telling indeed. What's wrong with an elected official expressing his views concerning one of our latest U.S....

    Specific religious references off limits in prayers at Newport public meetings

    The mention of specific religions and deities during public prayers still won't be allowed in the Newport Beach City Council chamber at the start of meetings, council members decided Tuesday night. Councilman Scott Peotter had requested in December that...