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Barack Obama Statement Re: Supreme Court's Marriage Decision #1085598

CNN Special for Friday, Jun 26, 2015

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of President Barack Obama's statement re: the US Supreme Court's decision regarding same-sex marriage in the case of Obergefell vs Hodges, preceded by statements from lead plaintiff Jim Obergefell and attorney Mary Bonauto, and followed by a taped replay of President Obama's phone call to Obergefell.
  • Analysis includes the participation of George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley, Elizabeth Wydra of the Constitutional Accountability Center, Susie Gelman and Marty Rouse of Human Rights Campaign, CNN political commentator SE Cupp, Obergefell, Rachel Gattis, former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, CNN political commentator Paul Begala, and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    King, John;
    Tapper, Jake;
    Brown, Pamela;
    Toobin, Jeffrey;
    Todd, Brian;
    Borger, Gloria;
    Bash, Dana;
    Collinson, Stephen;
    Zeleny, Jeff;
    Kosinski, Michelle;
    Keilar, Brianna
    Duration:
    01:55:00

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