Today, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments over same-sex marriage. The justices considered two main questions: Does the Constitution require states to recognize gay marriage? And, must states that don’t allow same sex marriage recognize gay couples who were married elsewhere? Today’s arguments actually involved four cases, wrapped into one. The justices appeared divided. We peek inside the hearing.
Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court
- David Savage - Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times - @davidgsavage