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Supreme Court / Agenda #1047216

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 26, 2013
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(Studio: Joe Johns) Report introduced.

(Washington: Athena Jones) The wait for decisions on landmark cases in the Supreme Court featured; details given about Abigail Fisher†’s affirmative action lawsuit against the University of Texas, 2 cases involving same-sex marriage and a case on genetic testing. [FISHER – says she hopes the Court rules that race and ethnicity should not be considered.] [Defense of Marriage Act plaintiff Edith WINDSOR†- comments.] [SCOTUS blog co-founder Tom GOLDSTEIN†- speculates on the Defense of Marriage Act case and the California Proposition 8 case.]

Reporter(s):
Johns, Joe;
Jones, Athena
Duration:
00:02:30

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