This program is 28 minutes long
(No location given: Bill Whitaker) The weekend's focus on the issue of gay marriage examined; details given of the positions of President Obama and likely opponent Mitt Romney. [CBS host Bob SCHIEFFER, Republican National Committee chairman Reince PRIEBUS, gay activist Clay AIKEN, former solicitor general Ted OLSON- state views on gay marriage.] [University of Southern California pundit Dan SCHNEER- says the politics are changing so quickly.] [Strategist Mark McKINNON- talks about the polls.] [Family Research Council Tony PERKINS - says the president miscalculated.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.
(Washington: Terrell Brown) The same-sex marriage issue in Maryland, which passed a bill legalizing same-sex marriage, examined; details given about a move to overturn the law and the opposition from the black community. [Maryland resident Nichelle McGURN- talks about her lesbian partner.] [Baptist Pastors Harry JACKSON, Delmon COATES- offer differing opinions on the issue.] Findings of a "Washington Post" poll on the support from whites versus blacks for gay marriage outlined on screen.
(New York: John Bentley) A new generation of college graduates carrying debt on student loans examined; statistics on default rates cited; details given of the lack of state funding for higher education. [Graduating, College of Mt. St. Vincent student Andrew GIORDANO- talks about the job market and his college loans.]
(Kabul: Allen Pizzey) Poverty in Afghanistan despite humanitarian aid featured; scenes shown from squatter camps in Kabul; details given about Taliban payments. [Afghanistan Investment Support Agency Rohullah AHAMADZAI- outlines what is needed.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The story of Ivy League janitor Gaj Filipaj, who will graduate from Columbia University after 19 years, presented; scenes shown from the campus. [FILIPAJ - talks about the killing in Yugoslavia and his belief in education; quotes Seneca.] [Classics professor Gareth WILLIAMS- talks about Filipaj's intellectual curiosity.]