The battle over gay marriage is heating up again in Rhode Island this week.
America's smallest state is the last in New England to hold out for traditional marriage, making it "fair game" in the eyes of gay activists.
The Rhode Island House has already passed a gay marriage measure and the governor supports it. That leaves the matter up to the state Senate.
How close are gay rights supporters to getting what they want in Rhode Island?
Chris Plante, regional coordinator for the National Organization for Marriage, addressed that question and more, on CBN News Channel Morning, April 2. Click play to watch the interview.