In November, California voters will decide whether or not to pass a ban on gay marriage. This year, the state's high court struck down a voter-approved proposition that defined marriage as between a man and a woman. Proposition 8 - up for vote next month - would amend the state's constitution, which would override the California Supreme Court decision. A recent Los Angeles Times story has more details on the campaign, which is the most expensive in that state.
Missourians amended the state's constitution four years ago to ban gay marriage, but some Show-Me state couples head to state's like Connecticut, where it is legal. But are those marriages recognized by Missouri? Do they open up benefits to gay couples? Host Angela Wilson finds out from attorney Allan T. Stewart in this Law in Your Life podcast on gay marriage.