Stephen Dunne failed the state bar exam by about one point (out of 270) after refusing to answer a question about parenting rights in a gay marriage (which, natch, is legal in Massachusetts). Naturally, he is now suing the state Board of Bar Examiners (in federal district court), claiming the question infringed on his freedom of religion and rights to due process and equal protection. Oh, and the question also violates the interstate commerce provisions of the Constitution, he argues. He is acting as his own attorney.
Via Emily , who has some choice words for him.