Today's Takeaway: Same-Sex Marriage Ban Passes in North Carolina, Walker Gains a Challenger in Wisconsin, Lugar Loses Primary Fight

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North Carolina joins over two dozen other states with its new constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. But because of North Carolina's unique place in the 2012 presidential elections — a likely battleground state, which will also play host to the Democratic National Committee — the amendment is raising eyebrows. And Indiana voters cast their ballots yesterday in a high-profile GOP primary contest that pitted Sen. Lugar against Tea Party-backed challenger, and eventual winner, Richard Mourdock. Also on today's Takeaway, Democrats in Wisconsin choose Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett for the upcoming recall election against Governor Scott Walker, which is set for June 5.