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CONSTITUTION USA WITH PETER SAGAL

Should the Supreme Court decide controversial issues?

  • Aired: 02/12/2013
  • 01:47
  • Rating: NR
Stanford Professor Robert George believes there is no constitutional mandate that would allow same-sex marriage to be legalized. He also shares his belief that the Supreme Court should not decide controversial issues that are not explicitly outlined in the Constitution. Instead, he thinks that should be left up to legislators or to the popular vote.
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