Gay marriage has been a longtime wedge issue in the U.S., but the pace of change has quickened in the last few months. Joining us to talk about this legislation and to look ahead is Suzanne Goldberg, professor at Columbia Law School.
Swine flu means bad news for pigs and pig farmers, despite loud messages from the World Health Organization and CDC that the flu is not spread by eating pork. The Takeaway talks to Mike Faga, a Human Resources Director with Iowa Select Farms.
This morning will be present both sides of the same-sex marriage argument. We'll begin first with Matt Coles of the ACLU's LGBT Project and representing the other side of the conversation is Maggie Gallagher of the National Organization for Marriage.
Iowans spent the weekend reacting to the Varnum v. Brien court decision that made same-sex marriage legal in their state. While some Iowans plan their weddings, others plan to launch a campaign to amend the state's constitution to ban same-sex marriage.
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