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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
A Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling has cleared the way for same-sex marriages in that state. We’ll talk about some of the national implications including calls for a constitutional amendment.
- Stanley Kurtz Research fellow at the Hoover Institution and contributing editor, National Review Online
- Scott Keeter Pew Research Center
- Christopher Anders Legislative counsel, ACLU
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