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Ratification of Gay Marriage Signify Lasting Cultural Shift?

  • Aired: 11/12/2012
  • 10:29
  • Rating: E
Gay rights advocates won ballot measures in three states -- Washington State, Maryland, and Maine -- ratifying by popular vote the legalization of same-sex marriage. For opposing views on the new laws, Ray Suarez talks to National Organization for Marriage's Thomas Peters and Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders' Lee Swislow.
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