Yesterday morning on the Joy Cardin show, attorney Lester Pines argued the "no" side of the ban against Christopher Wolfe, professor of political science at Marquette University. You can listen to that debate here.
And in Green Bay last night, Mike Tate and Julaine Appling debated the civil unions and marriage ban for an hour. I don't need to tell you who I thought won. WisPolitics.com sponsored (and covered) the debate; later in the week they will webcast it for all to see. Asking the questions were Jeff Mayers from WisPolitics, Joanne Zipperer of the Green Bay Press Gazette and WPR's Patty Murray.
Unfortunately, it wasn't exactly open to the public. The only way Appling's Vote Yes for Marriage group would agree to debate was if the audience was limited to 25 people from each side. But, as best as I could tell (and I could tell because I was greeting folks at the door) every person who came was on our side. The "yes" side seemed to have no one in attendance. It's a shame that by closing it off to the public, the people who most need to hear the debate-- undecided voters--couldn't be there.