Bernard Cherkasov says Kirk is influential among moderate Republicans, but it’s his argument itself that’s compelling.
What will the court hear today?
Although public opinion on this topic has been consistent for the last few months, it has changed markedly from as recently as a year ago.
CBS’ Andrew Cohen spoke with us today.
The US Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments Tuesday on several cases involving same-sex unions.
“Supporting marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples is simply the right thing to do for our country, a country founded on the principals of liberty and equality.”
Major issues include oil drilling, casinos and same-sex marriage.
Rep. Greg Harris says when civil unions became law, it was described as the first step as a very long journey toward legal marriage. That has changed.
While the bill passed along party lines, even one of the “no” voters says people had better get ready for a different world.
Earlier today, Lt. Gov. Shelia Simon urged Illinoisans to contact their legislators and encourage them to vote in favor of the legislation.