What Changes After Supreme Court Rulings On Prop 8 And DOMA

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David Savage, Supreme Court correspondent, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune
Scott Shafer, reporter and host of California Report, KQED
Dale Carpenter, professor of civil rights and civil liberties law, University of Minnesota
Brian Brown, president, National Organization for Marriage

In a 5-4 decision in U.S. v. Windsor, the Supreme Court ruled the federal Defense Of Marriage Act unconstitutional. The court rules that supporters of California's Proposition 8 case did not have standing to bring the case to court, which means same-sex marriages in California may resume.

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