How Roe’s Demise Could Safeguard Gay Marriage
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, Democrats introduced a bill to prevent the right to gay marriage from meeting the same fate as the right to abortion.
The bill was expected to go nowhere, but it has won more and more Republican support and now seems to have a narrow path to enactment.
Guest: Annie Karni, a congressional correspondent for The New York Times.
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- Larger-than-expected Republican support in the House for legislation to codify marriage equality caught both parties off guard.
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