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Lawmakers Versus Public Attitude On Gay Rights

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Lawmakers Versus Public Attitude On Gay Rights

Politics

Lawmakers Versus Public Attitude On Gay Rights

Lawmakers Versus Public Attitude On Gay Rights

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Some advocates say President Obama is not moving fast enough on the issue of gay rights.

Also, Sen. Al Franken has won the Minn. race, which gives Democrats 60 seats, and Gov. Mark Sanford continues to speak about his affair with the woman he calls his "soul mate."

Guests:

Ken Rudin, NPR's political editor and Political Junkie

Aubrey Sarvis, executive director of Servicemembers Legal Defense Network

Jerry Sanders, mayor of San Diego

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