The Supreme Court's decision last week to weigh in on the gay marriage debate presents the justices with several options. And we got lots of questions about it this week.
Daniel Van Winkle asked via Twitter: "If the court rules in favor of gay marriage, what does that mean for states that have amended constitutions banning it?"
And Larry Lozan wrote us via Facebook to ask: "Assuming DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] is struck down can a married couple legally wed in one state be entitled to all federal benefits and rights afforded to any couple regardless of the state they legally reside in?"
Thanks for the questions. Check out my answers on this week's Bottom Line:
Keep your questions coming via Facebook and Twitter. See you tomorrow on "GMA" and Sunday on "This Week."
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