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Supreme Court DOMA and Same-Sex Marriage Ruling in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court DOMA and Same-Sex Marriage Ruling in Washington, D.C.
Plaintiffs in the California Proposition 8 case, including Paul Katami (2nd-L) and his partner Jeff Zarrillo (3rd-L) and attorney David Boies (4th-L) celebrate with supporters on steps of the Supreme Court after the court cleared the way for same-sex marriages in California, on June 26, 2013 in Washington, D.C. The Supreme Court ruled DOMA unconstitutional, allowing married same-sex couples to federal benefits, and declining to decide on the California Proposition 8 same-sex marriage case .UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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