June 30th, 2013
01:51 PM ET

Media boost same-sex marriage rulings

Steve Roberts, Jane Hall, Terence Smith & Howard Kurtz discuss media coverage of this week's historic Supreme Court same-sex marriage rulings.

Filed under: Media • Media Criticism • Politics • Same-sex Marriage • SCOTUS • Supreme Court
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