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How Gay Marriage May Be Decided
How Gay Marriage May Be Decided

AIR DATE: January 30, 2014

The district attorney for Carson City recently dropped his city's opposition to same-sex marriage -- because of a ruling in a California case completely unrelated to Nevada. Courts all over the country have been ruling in favor of allowing same-sex marriage. So will the dominoes continue to fall in such a way that topples Nevada ban on same-sex marriage? And what is the danger of deciding public policy in that way?


Rebecca Gill, political science professor, UNLV

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