Supreme Court Decisions In a 6-to-3 ruling, the Supreme Court has struck down Texas' same-sex sodomy law saying it violated constitutional privacy laws. On the last day of this session, the court also allowed a case on corporate speech involving Nike to proceed in California. Join host Neal Conan and his guests for discussion of Thursday's Supreme Court decisions.

Guests:

Debra Rosenberg
*National correspondent for Newsweek, covers the Supreme Court

Andrew Sullivan
*Senior editor at The New Republic

Robert Knight
*Director of the Culture and Family Institute, an affiliate of the Concerned Women for America

Herman Schwarz
*Professor of law
*American University's Washington College of Law

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In a 6-to-3 ruling, the Supreme Court has struck down Texas' same-sex sodomy law saying it violated constitutional privacy laws. On the last day of this session, the court also allowed a case on corporate speech involving Nike to proceed in California. Join host Neal Conan and his guests for discussion of Thursday's Supreme Court decisions.

Guests:

Debra Rosenberg
*National correspondent for Newsweek, covers the Supreme Court

Andrew Sullivan
*Senior editor at The New Republic

Robert Knight
*Director of the Culture and Family Institute, an affiliate of the Concerned Women for America

Herman Schwarz
*Professor of law
*American University's Washington College of Law