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Gay Marriage, SD’s Credit Rating, Clinton Wins in WV

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The California Supreme Court ruled on Thursday to overturn the state's ban on gay marriage. The court's ruling will not take effect for 30 days, and is unlikely to end the debate over gay marriage in California. What are the next steps in the debate over gay marriage?

Also, the City of San Diego had its credit rating restored by Standard & Poor's this week. What can the City do now that its credit rating has been restored, and what does this news mean to Mayor Jerry Sanders' re-election efforts?

And, Hillary Clinton won big in the West Virginia primary. Why did Clinton win big in West Virginia, and should Barack Obama be concerned about his appeal among working-class white voters?

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