Thursday, June 26, 2014

Jack Wagoner answers: Why should Arkansas's ban on same-sex marriage be ruled unconstitutional?

Posted By on Thu, Jun 26, 2014 at 3:40 PM

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Here's the first of a series of interviews we did recently with Jack Wagoner, one of the lawyers who successfully challenged Arkansas's ban on same-sex marriage and the subject of a cover profile in our latest issue

We'll roll out a new video every day for the next week.

You might remember us doing something similar with Mara Leveritt a few weeks back

A number of the questions we asked Wagoner came from suggestions from our Facebook fans. Have ideas for who we should interview next? Let me know.

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