Posted Thursday, December 13, 2012
Should two people be allowed to legally marry even if they're of the same gender? The United States Supreme Court has put itself in the middle of the debate over Gay marriage -- banned in most states -- by agreeing to hear two same-sex marriage cases, one from California, another from New York. We'll discuss the legal details of both cases and examine the ramifications of the court's possible rulings, Thursday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.
Jonathan L. Entin, Professor of Law and Political Science, Case Western Reserve University
George Dent, Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve University
Evan Wolfson, founder & president, Freedom to Marry
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