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Gay Marriage: Is It The 'Right Fight'?

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Gay Marriage: Is It The 'Right Fight'?

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Gay Marriage: Is It The 'Right Fight'?

Gay Marriage: Is It The 'Right Fight'?

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In recent years, the gay rights movement has been largely defined by the fight for gay marriage. But with the passage of Proposition 8 in California, making it unconstitutional for gays to marry, some question whether the fight for same-sex marriage is right fight, right now.

Political commentators Jasmyne Cannick and Andrew Sullivan debate the issue, along with journalist Michael Sean Winters and long time gay activist Alexander Robinson.

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