Democrats Critical of Marriage Amendment Debate

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The Senate goes into its second day of debate on what supporters have titled "the Marriage Protection Amendment" to the U.S. Constitution. The bid to ban same-sex marriage faces stiff opposition, and many Democrats call the debate a waste of the Senate's time.

Correction June 6, 2006

In the broadcast version of this story, Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND) was incorrectly identified as a senator from South Dakota.

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