The US Supreme Court, Politics and Same Sex Marriage

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US Supreme Court watchers are playing a waiting game in regard to same-sex marriage.  As the justices work out their differences behind closed doors, we’ll look at the options—and the potential consequences for the law and for politics.      


Polls show the trend in favor of same-sex marriage is growing fast.  For the first time in US history, it was approved by voters in three of last month’s elections, rather than in legislative chambers.  It’s now legal in nine states and the District of Columbia.  Friday—and again today—it was expected the US Supreme Court would take up the matter.  Both sides are waiting anxiously for action on Friday.  That provides more time to consider the options, legal, political and moral. 


Douglas NeJaime - UCLA Law School - @WilliamsPolicy, Rick Jacobs - Courage Campaign - @rickjacobs, John Eastman - National Organization for Marriage - @Chapman_Law, Casey Pick - Programs Director for the Log Cabin Republicans

Warren Olney

Evan George, Katie Cooper, Caitlin Shamberg