- The gay marriage debate
Same-sex marriage is stirring the Minnesota Legislature again. Local advocates of a state constitutional amendment to ban same sex marriage want Minnesota to join several other states that already have such bans written in their constitutions or have such a measure on the 2006 ballot.9:06 a.m.
Kate Kendell: Head of the National Center for Lesbian Rights
Tom Prichard: President of the Minnesota Family Council. His group is working for an amendment banning gay marriage to go on the ballot in 2006.
- The science of lying
Researchers are working to develop a foolproof technology to detect when people are lying. But while such a device could help solve crimes and protect the nation against terrorism, it could also have profound social implications.10:06 a.m.
Robin Marantz Henig: Author of the article "Looking for the Lie," which appeared in the NY Times Sunday Magazine on February 5, 2006.
Charles Bond: Professor of psychology at Texas Christian University.
Tom Zeffiro: Associate professor in the department of neurology and the director of the Center for Functional and Molecular Imaging at Georgetown University.
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