Gay Marriage Ruling, Abortion Vote and the News of the Week

Voting rights, Paula Dean and the NSA surveillance program made up the week's headlines.
2:07 | 06/28/13

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Transcript for Gay Marriage Ruling, Abortion Vote and the News of the Week
How what are we get today that we had -- every -- a little bit of everything anyway high profile dramas involving international espionage sex race abortion. Even murder. And professional sports -- was gonna make this week one for the history books of those landmark rulings in the Supreme Court. Here's our Friday -- want. As soon as they -- that day. Marriages are on I think it's the end of suicides I think it's the end of a teenagers falling in love and not nearly that you -- -- for them maybe it with love. The Supreme Court building -- thinks so have not yet risen to the level of -- Without this extremely important provision of voting rights act we could see more discriminatory voting laws going back to. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And it never six. Some didn't. But that we're expecting to let us if you're basically -- pickups but it's definitely. So market -- -- -- -- -- member content rising on the floor today. To -- again voice. To thousands of -- sons. Who have been ignored. We expect the Russians to examine the options available to them to expel. Mr. for his return to the United States. George Zimmermann. They're not Cheap Trick on -- because cancer. -- for the worst of reasons. Exponent. George Zimmerman was crying out for help and no one helped. Hernandez was one of the young stars -- the young faces -- National Football League he been. One of the best players in his first three seasons in the league for New England Patriots and why would it -- why would -- call a guy into a car. Have a conversation -- and then execute him. I'm carrying on the legacy and this is in my blood truly is after seven generations it's in my blood and it's such a huge honor to be able to carry on the legacy. A huge fashion line.

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