Nineteen states now allow same-sex marriage. Oregon became one of them almost a week ago when a federal judge struck down the state's ban on gay and lesbian marriages. Although voters approved the ban 10 years ago, the judge called it unconstitutional.
Constitutional law expert Jim Oleske, an assistant professor at Lewis and Clark College, joins host Steve Dunn to discuss the ruling and what’s next for same-sex marriage in Oregon and across the country.
The second segment explores the May primary election, and On Your Side Investigator Chelsea Kopta discusses how much schools will pay if Portland’s proposed street fees go into effect.
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