Between the Lines: Gay marriage; the state budget

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Gay couples in Ohio celebrated two Supreme Court rulings bolstering the case for legalizing same sex marriage.

But what is the immediate impact for couple in Ohio?

When will the issue be put on the state ballot?

Will this become a bigger issue in upcoming races?
 

Ohio's new state budget makes lots of changes that will impact your wallet.

We'll all pay higher sales tax, less income tax and more for new property taxes?

Who are the budget winners and losers?

What is the impact on Governor Kasich who did not get a big part of his original proposal?

New poll numbers show Kasich's popularity increasing?

Ed FitzGerald's introductory road trip did not help him at all in the poll?

What's the current state of this important race?

Some Ohio lawmakers want to make eyebrow-raising changes in state gun laws?

One is proposing banning police and city gun burns to get rid of confiscated weapons.

There is a push to permit public workers and officials with permits to carry guns in government buildings and the Statehouse.

This is despite poll numbers that show a majority of Ohioans want some additional gun control measures.

Why is there a seeming disconnect between Ohioans and lawmakers?

Tom Beres discusses these issues with Channel 3 Political Analyst Mary Anne Sharkey and Plain Dealer columnist Mark Naymik on this edition of Between the Lines.

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