President Obama made history on Wednesday, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to endorse same-sex marriage. Nevada is embroiled in its own same-sex debate. Our state offers domestic partnerships, but local same-sex couples recently joined a federal lawsuit seeking the right to marry. So what's next for Nevada? Politicians suggest they may bring it up for a vote again, but conservative pro-family groups aren't happy about that. Experts join us to talk about the pros and cons of the debate, plus two locals share their stories of why they want a same-sex marriage.
Steve Sebelius, columnist, LVRJ, and member, KLAS Channel 8 I-Team
Adam Nagourney, reporter, New York Times
Antioco Carrillo, co-plaintiff in federal suit to overturn ban on same-sex marriage
Megan Lanz, co-plaintiff in federal suit to overturn ban on same-sex marriage
Janine Hansen, lobbyist and president, Nevada Eagle Forum
Chris Miller, chairman, Clark County Democratic Party