The US Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, but discrimination against gays and lesbians is still alive and well. That’s the next target of the movement for equal rights. But what about the right of religion? Supreme Court dissenters warned about a kind of reverse discrimination against sincere believers that same sex marriage is unacceptable. Is there a way to prevent conflict between two basic entitlements, so that two rights don’t produce many wrongs?
Can Gay Marriage Co-Exist with Religious Freedom?
Molly Hennessy-Fiske - Houston Bureau Chief for the LA Times - @mollyhf, Casey Davis - Casey County, Kentucky, Douglas Laycock - University of Virginia - @UVALaw, Douglas NeJaime - UCLA Law School - @WilliamsPolicy, Jonathan Rauch - Brookings Institution - @jon_rauch