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Supreme Court / Same-Sex Marriage / A Discussion / Obergefell Interview #1085655

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 26, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The 5-4 Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage introduced; scenes shown from outside the court & of couples marrying; Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority opinion & Justice Antonin Scalia & Chief Justice John Roberts quoted. [President OBAMA - says when all Americans are treated equal....]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper. Jeffrey Toobin) The Supreme Court ruling that is such an enormous decision discussed. [Voice of writer Andrew SULLIVAN - offers his view on the case & ruling; calls it a great day; talks about the past amazing days in the battle.] A 1993 debate on homosexual behavior shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Obama said to plaintiff James Obergefell@ presented. [From the White House, OBAMA - offers thanks.] Live interview held with Obergefell. [OBERGEFELL - says the decision makes him feel more equal with this stamp of approval for marriage; talks about his late husband.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Jeffrey, Anderson Cooper.
Duration:
00:17:20

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