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First Read Minute: GOP (mostly) Silent on Supreme Court's Gay Marriage Move

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NBC News' Mark Murray and Carrie Dann discuss how the politics of gay marriage has changed in this country in 11 years. After the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday decided not to review gay-marriage cases, effectively making it legal in a handful of additional states, Republicans were mostly silent.