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(KSL News) Opponents and advocates of marriage of same-sex couples say a new California Supreme Court ruling galvanizes their movements. The state's high court overturned a ban on gay marriages yesterday.
Same-sex marriage became a national issue during the presidential election in 2004. Will yesterday's development in California set up a similar scenario this year?
We discussed the issue tonight in Talking Point with state Sen. Scott McCoy and political pollster Dan Jones.
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