Bring That Week Back: Supreme Court Takes on Gay Marriage

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High Court to Decide on Gay Marriage and Affirmative Action

The U.S Supreme Court begins deciding on California’s same-sex marriage ban; an FDNY employee is exposed for racist tweets; and George Zimmerman’s brother posts outrageous photo of Trayvon Martin. Natelege Whaley


The U.S. Supreme Court began deciding the constitutionality of two polarizing issues this week: one is the same-sex marriage ban in California and other states and the other is whether race should be used as a factor in college admissions.

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