The Cases that Could Settle Gay Marriage at the Supreme Court

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When the US Supreme Court declined to hear same-sex marriage cases earlier this year, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg said there was no rush — because there was no disagreement among the lower courts. Now there is. In Cincinnati yesterday, the 6th federal Circuit Court of Appeals upheld bans on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Kentucky. Robert Barnes covers the Supreme Court for the Washington Post.

Credits

Guest:
Robert Barnes - Supreme Court correspondent for the Washington Post - @scotusreporter

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Jenny Hamel, Claire Martin, Evan George