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Valentine’s Day: A Supreme (Court) celebration of equality

On June 26, 2015, in the landmark Supreme Court decision for the case of Obergefell v. Hodges, marriage equality became the law of the land. That day, gay couples began to stream to the courthouse to make their marriages legal, and later that week a whole portion of Bardstown Road was shut down, and marriages were performed in the street in a public celebration. We’d like to take some time today to tell you the stories of four couples that were married in that first week — how they met and fell in love and what their lives are like today.”

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