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Saturday, July 6, 2013

The Patriot-News and the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling against Marriage

Below is a list of stories I found on The Patriot-News (Harrisburg, PA) website on June 26, 2013, the day the U.S. Supreme court announced that it had rule against marriage. Some of the stories are by The Patriot-News staff writers and some are from national feeds.

There are a total of 18 articles or columns. What does this say about The Patriot-News? Why did it publish a minimum of 18 articles or columns on this particular story in one day?
  1. “Santorum slams Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage”  
  2. “Harrisburg Diocese, conservative group say Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage hurts children”
  3. “Gay marriage ruling won’t expand rights in Pennsylvania, but could hurt state’s appeal”  
  4. “Supreme Court impact: Gay marriage across most of America within four years?”  
  5. “Gay marriage is still banned in Pennsylvania, despite Supreme Court decision”  
  6. “Many ‘Millennials’ support gay marriage rulings, all ask: What’s next in Pa.?”  
  7. “Democratic gubernatorial challengers hail high court ruling on gay marriage”  
  8. “If ‘gay money’ migrates over marriage issue, will Pa. lose?”  
  9. “After Supreme Court gay marriage ruling, plans emerge to challenge Pennsylvania law”  
  10. “See local reactions to Supreme Court striking down DOMA and Prop 8”  
  11. “Supreme Court hands down big victory for gay couples”  
  12. “Supreme Court gay marriage victory gives way to state-by-state fight for recognition”  
  13. “Key provision in DOMA struck down by SCOTUS; What does this mean to you?”  
  14. “‘DOMA is dead’: Crowd at Supreme Court reacts to rulings”  
  15. “Prop 8: No gay-marriage decision by Supreme Court, but gay couples may marry in California”  
  16. “Crowd gathers at Supreme Court for DOMA, Prop 8 gay-marriage decisions”  
  17. “Supreme Court: Legally married gay people should get federal benefits”  
  18. “Supreme Court strikes part of Defense of Marriage Act on gay couples’ benefits”

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