Let Me Start: This is what marriage equality looks like

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Kris Perry kisses Sandy Stier as they are married at City Hall in San Francisco, Friday, June 28, 2013.
Kris Perry kisses Sandy Stier as they are married at City Hall in San Francisco, Friday, June 28, 2013.
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Hundreds of same-sex couples have lined up in San Francisco to get married, now that the Supreme Court effectively shot down the state’s ban on gay marriage. Among them, the plaintiffs in the Prop 8 case. And in Florida, a gay married immigrant from Bulgaria is the first to get a green card now that the Defense of Marriage Act has been overturned.

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Let Me Start: This is what marriage equality looks like

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