Posted Thursday, August 1, 2013
Public opinion about same sex marriage is shifting in this country. A recent poll for the first time shows more Americans support it than don't. And the politics of gay marriage may be changing, too. Republican US Senator Rob Portman recently said he supports same sex unions as did former state Chancellor Jim Petro. This discussion first aired Monday, March 25th, as the US Supreme court considered legal questions about gay marriage. The program was hosted by Mike McIntyre.
Jocelyn Kiley, Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center
State Sen. Branden Petersen, (R) Minnesota District 35
Tom Sutton, Professor of Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University
State Rep. Nickie Antonio
Susan Borison, Editor In Chief, Your Teen Magazine
U.S. Supreme Court Takes up Gay Marriage
Gay marriage support hits new high in Post-ABC poll
Kasich recants his support of civil unions
Rob Portman commentary: Gay couples also deserve chance to get married
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