It's All Politics, Mar. 28, 2013

A supporter of same-sex marriage holds a rainbow flag outside of the Supreme Court on the day the high court hears the case challenging the Defense of Marriage Act. i i
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A supporter of same-sex marriage holds a rainbow flag outside of the Supreme Court on the day the high court hears the case challenging the Defense of Marriage Act.
Michael Reynolds/EPA/Landov

As Democrats belatedly line up behind marriage equality and Republicans see it as a losing cause for them, all that's left is what the Supreme Court decides. And as Mayor Bloomberg unleashes a $12 million campaign to sway senators on guns, public opinion polls show the issue has less urgency than it had right after Sandy Hook. Plus: South Dakota's Tim Johnson retires and Ashley Judd won't run in Kentucky.

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