Gay-marriage case to hover over polls

But experts differ on how strong an issue it will be for November’s elections

Posted: May 27, 2014 at 4:38 a.m.

With the Arkansas Supreme Court reportedly months away from a ruling on the constitutionality of the state's gay-marriage ban, political watchers differ on what effect the case will have on the November election.

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Obama honors fallen warriors

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --05/26/14--  Paul W. Kimbrough, Jr., of Springdale, talks to his son Paul W. Kimbrough III, 18 months, at the grave of Lt. Col. Paul W. Kimbrough, Sr., his father and the boys grandfather after a Memorial Day Ceremony at the Arkansas State Veterans' Cemetery in North Little Rock Monday. The elder Kimbrough died of an illness while serving in Afghanistan on Oct. 3, 2003. He also served in the Persian Gulf and Iraq wars.

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