Can Same-Sex Marriage Last in California?

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California's state supreme court says gays and lesbians have the right to marry, a decision that could have an impact in other states and on the presidential campaign. What about the "will of the people" who banned same-sex marriage eight years ago? Will California voters pass another ban this coming November? Also, Myanmar accepts assistance from select nations, and Kentucky and Oregon hold primaries tomorrow, while Obama and Clinton supporters talk peace and McCain cleanses his campaign of active lobbyists.


Banner image: Philip Ray De Blieck, his husband, Rev. Troy Perry, their attorney Gloria Allred, Robin Tyler and Diane Olson (LtoR), the first two couples in California to file a lawsuite challenging the constatutionality of the ban on same gender marriages. Photo: Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Katie Cooper, Dan Konecky, Sonya Geis