Gay Marriage: Listener Questions

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After inviting listeners to call in with questions about gay marriage last week, All Things Considered puts them to experts on the subject: Richard Duncan, law professor at the University of Nebraska, and William Eskridge Jr. of Yale Law School. The most-asked question was: What is the difference between gay marriage and a civil union? Other concerns: military personnel and the U.S. tax code.



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