Considering the Future of Gay Marriage On Tuesday, voters in 11 states approved amendments that define marriage as being between one man and one woman. Today, gay activists face tough questions about whether they pushed too far, too fast, while opponents of gay marriage look ahead to new battlegrounds.
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Considering the Future of Gay Marriage

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Considering the Future of Gay Marriage

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On Tuesday, voters in 11 states approved amendments that define marriage as being between one man and one woman. Today, gay activists face tough questions about whether they pushed too far, too fast, while opponents of gay marriage look ahead to new battlegrounds.

Guests:

Kenneth Jost, Supreme Court editor, CQ Press

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel, American Center for Law and Justice

Michael Adams, director, Education and Public Affairs, Lambda Legal

Seth Kilbourne, national field director, Human Rights Campagin