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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Social Issues / Same-Sex Marriage (Part I) #1031319

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 24, 2012
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) A look at the same-sex marriage issue in the "what keeps you up at night" social issues in the 2012 presidential election campaign introduced. [DNC convention speaker Zach WALL†- speaks about being raised by two moms.] ["My Two Moms" author WALL - talks about gay marriage and what he hears about his family's values and how love is love--even gay love.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Jessica Yellin and Gloria Borger about the gay marriage issue and the election. [At the electronic board, KING - talks about the polling on gay marriage.] [YELLIN - comments on what President Obama said about gay issues.] [BORGER - comments on what Mitt Romney is saying about gay/lesbian issues: he has been consistent, but does not like to talk about social issues.]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:10

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