On Friday, the Connecticut State Supreme Court voted 4-3 to legalize gay marriage. The decision means Connecticut joins Massachusetts and California as states approving full-fledged gay marriage – all by court decisions. So how did this case proceed in Connecticut? Will there be a grass roots effort to reverse it? And what is the latest on the effort to restore the traditional definition of marriage to the California state constitution. We ask Peter Sprigg, Vice President for Policy at the Family Research Council.