Take Two for June 26, 2013

Californians React To Supreme Court Rulings On Prop 8 And DOMA
We know the headlines, but what do today's decisions really means for gay marriage in California and the rest of the nation. Here to break it down for us is Jody Armour, a professor of law at USC.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments On California's Prop 8 And Defense Of Marriage Act
For those within the gay community, today's decision comes just in time. For others, maybe it didn't come soon enough. We wanted to talk about what the court's ruling on DOMA and Prop 8 means to different generations of gay people.
Federal Appeals Court Holds Hearing On Prop 8
It's been a long road from Proposition 8's journey from California to the US Supreme Court. Joining us now is Ron Prentice, executive director of Protect Marriage, the group that originally brought Prop 8 to the ballot and has been defending it in court.
What does the Supreme Court's ruling on Prop 8 mean for the thousands of families waiting to learn their legal fate? How do gay couples talk to their children about today's news?
Guy Erwin Bill Owens
The issue of gay marriage is, for some, a religious question: is it moral? Would God approve? Not all congregations feel the same way.
The legal challenge to Prop 8 in the Supreme Court was organized by a group called the American Foundation for Equal Rights. Dustin Lance Black is one of the group's founding board members.
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