Jeannie Yandel talks with Marc Solomon, the national campaign director for Freedom To Marry and the author of the book "Winning Marriage," about Washington voters' legalizing gay marriage in November 2012.
Ross Reynolds talks with Frank Schaefer, author of "Defrocked: How A Father's Act of Love Shook the United Methodist Church," about his decision to officiate his son's same-sex marriage and the ensuing case over his dismissal from position as pastor in the Methodist church.
Men who ride the New York City subway will soon be seeing signs asking them to "stop the spread." As in: Stop spreading your legs so wide when you sit down on the subway, dude. You’re taking up way too much space.
It's part of a campaign that goes after all kinds of rude behavior on public transit. Jeannie Yandel asked Sound Transit spokesman Bruce Gray whether we face a similar problem in the Puget Sound region.