When the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, same-sex marriage did not become legal where it was not legal before. But in states where same-sex marriage is legal, as it will be in Minnesota on Aug. 1, the ruling will bring changes in the rights enjoyed by married couples. How will their situation change as a result of the ruling? Phil Duran, president-elect of the Minnesota State Bar Association, joins The Daily Circuit to discuss the ruling and answer questions.
How the ruling in Washington will affect couples in Minnesota