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Let it Rip: Ban on gay marriage in Michigan overturned

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On Friday a Federal Judge ruled to strike down Michigan's ban on gay marriage. READ FULL DETAILS ABOUT THE RULING AND THE TWO WOMEN IN THE CENTER OF IT, April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse.

Friday night on Fox 2's Let it Rip Huel Perkins moderates a debate and gets reaction to the historic ruling.

On the panel:

Chris Kessel was one of the attorney's that worked on the landmark case that led to the ruling.

Frank Aiello is the Vice President of Affirmations in Ferndale, a support center for gay and lesbian community.

Reverend Roland Caldwell, of the Black Pastors for Traditional Marriage, is not happy  about Friday's decision.

Conservative commentator Ron Edwards says this is another case of a federal judge ignoring the voters.

Fox 2's legal ace Charlie Langton rounds out the panel

Play the video in the player to hear what the panel has to say about the ruling.  Add your thoughts to this story or are Facebook page.

 

 

 

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