Romney, AG Clash Over May Gay Marriages

Boston, MA – Monday's vote by Massachusetts lawmakers to ban gay marriage and create civil unions has not resolved many of the complicated and controversial aspects of same sex marriage. Now Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Attorney General Thomas Reilly are butting heads over whether to prevent same sex marriages from taking place starting in May, per the state Supreme Judicial Court's ruling. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief Kelly Wilkinson has more.