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Other States Could Be Affected By Supreme Court's Proposition 8 Ruling

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Thirty-eight states prohibit same-sex marriage, and many people living under those laws are awaiting the Supreme Court decisions on California Proposition's 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act. Audie Cornish talks with Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne, about how his state, which has a constitutional amendment banning same sex marriage, could be impacted by the high court's decision.
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