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08/26/2014

Audio: #7thCircuit considers whether marital discrimination is as ugly as other forms (hint: it is)

by Jeremy Hooper

Via Freedom to Marry comes the oral arguments from today's Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals hearing. There were two cases, one out of Indiana and one out of Wisconsin, and the three judges' questioning (at a court known to be somewhat conservative) seemed to indicate good things ahead for the right side of history.

First up is audio from the Indiana case (Baskin v. Bogan):

And here is the sound from the Wisconsin leg (Wolf v. Walker):

Freedom to Marry's full writeup is here.

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