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The Gay Marriage Game Plan, From Both Sides

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The Gay Marriage Game Plan, From Both Sides

The Gay Marriage Game Plan, From Both Sides

The Gay Marriage Game Plan, From Both Sides

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Advocates for gay marriage celebrated two victories recently, in Iowa and Vermont.

However, opponents of gay marriage got the practice outlawed in California with the passage of Proposition 8.

Both sides of the debate are mapping out strategies for states across the U.S.

Guests:

William Eskridge, law professor at Yale University and author of Gay Marriage: For Better Or Worse

Maggie Gallagher, president of the National Organization for Marriage

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