The Supreme Court ruled that a Catholic foster group could turn away same-sex couples. What’s next for gay rights?

Given the nation's high court is now the most conservative it's been in 70 years, is the future of gay rights in jeopardy? Sasha Issenberg and Alphonso David join Jonathan Capehart to discuss.

6/21/2021 7:02:00 AM

“If we live in a democracy, we should make sure that democracy works for all of us; unfortunately we’re seeing an avalanche of opposition from conservatives,” Alphonso David says, discussing the recent Supreme Court ruling.

Given the nation's high court is now the most conservative it's been in 70 years, is the future of gay rights in jeopardy? Sasha Issenberg and Alphonso David join Jonathan Capehart to discuss.

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