The 3@3: Obama on same-sex marriage, the NATO summit and the Hudson Trial.
Today on our 3@3 panel, Lolly Bowean of the Chicago Tribune and Mark Bazer of the Interview show talk about the stories of the day with host Steve Edwards.
The topics include:
Steve Edwards: President Obama became the first sitting president to take a definite stance on same-sex marriage yesterday, saying “I think that same-sex couples should be able to get married.” How will this affect his campaign for reelection and the presidential race going forward?
Lolly Bowean: Jurors enter a second day of deliberation in the trial of the man accused of murdering entertainer Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother and nephew in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood.
Mark Bazer: With the NATO summit just around the corner, more Chicago attractions will be closed during the conference as the city prepares for possible chaos.