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How will Congress weigh in on LGBT equality?

  Steve Kornacki’s panelists look at two pieces of legislation making their way through Congress: the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would prohibit workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, and the Respect for Marriage Act, a bill to repeal all the rema

NBC Politics: After DOMA, gay couples still would not receive many federal benefits

The Supreme Court’s Windsor v. United States decision, which ruled a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) “unconstitutional,” was celebrated across the country by the gay-rights community, but gay-rights advocates warn that same-sex couples may not be … Full story

Voting Rights decision overshadowed by gay marriage

  Steve Kornacki and an Up panel talk about the setback for civil rights in the Voting Rights Act ruling and how the timing of the decision, and its collision with the DOMA and Prop 8 case rulings obscured its importance.

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  Were DOMA and Prop 8 victories hollow?

While the Supreme Court’s rulings on Proposition 8 and DOMA were cause for celebration for those seeking marriage equality, were they hollow victories? President of Freedom to Marry Evan Wolfson joined the panel.

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