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Congress Will Vote On Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage Rights

Congress Will Vote On Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage Rights

Update: 2022-09-091
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With their base energized after the Supreme Court struck down national abortion access protections, Democrats are pushing to vote on a marriage bill ahead of midterm elections. And in Colorado, can this Republican Senate candidate — who recognizes Joe Biden's election win and believes in limited access to abortion — unseat a Democratic incumbent?

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political correspondent Susan Davis, and congressional correspondent Deirdre Walsh.

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Congress Will Vote On Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage Rights

Congress Will Vote On Same-Sex, Interracial Marriage Rights

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