How the Supreme Court Could Change the Republican Debate on Gay Marriage

The party's presidential hopefuls have been slower to evolve on the issue than the American public.

Supporters of same-sex marriage unfurl a large rainbow pride flag near the Supreme Court, April 28, 2015 in Washington, DC.

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Gregory T. Angelo, the executive director of the Log Cabin Republicans, is sensing a shift among many of the party's 2016 presidential hopefuls, who have started employing a more calculated tone when they talk about gay marriage. 

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