Interview: Massachussets Gay Marriage decision

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(Charnoff) Earlier today, the Massachussetts Supreme Court ruled that the state cannot deny gays and lesbians the right to marry.

In 1999, a Vermont Supreme Court decision led to a civil unions law, which allows same-sex couples the rights and benefits of marriage.

Here to talk about today’s ruling is Tom Little, a former Vermont legislator and prime author of Vermont’s civil unions law.

Mr. Little, can you compare the Vermont Supreme Court decision with today’s ruling in Massachussetts?

To hear the interview online, click the “Listen” icon above.

(Host)Tom Little led the Vermont House effort to pass a civil unions law, and is currently general counsel for Vermont Student Assistance Corporation.

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