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Texas same-sex marriage

Travis County, Texas, will not issue same-sex marriage licenses today, clerk's office says - @chucklindell

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Texas same-sex marriage

Texas judge declares state's gay-marriage ban unconstitutional - @statesman

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Alabama same-sex marriage

Attorney: Gay couple weds in once-defiant Mobile County, Ala., after federal judge's ruling - @AP

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US same-sex marriage

Vice President Biden at event at Drake University in Iowa: 'I make no apologies for gay marriage. I think it's the civil right of our day' - @ZekeJMiller

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Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says Americans are ready for same-sex marriage - @BloombergTV

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US same-sex marriage

President Obama addresses why same-sex marriage has had more success than other issues: 'I think that a lot of it had to do with the willingness of people to recognize the regard they had for the LGBT communities or people in their families. But part of it is also, frankly, that an issue like non-discrimination for the LGBT community is a little bit easier than the issues of inner-city poverty, right?' - @BuzzFeedNews

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Michigan same-sex marriage

Gov. Rick Snyder says Michigan will recognize about 300 same-sex marriages performed in 2014 - @KTVU

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Alabama same-sex marriage

Alabama's attorney general files emergency motion with US Supreme Court, seeking stay on court decision to repeal state's same-sex marriage ban

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Alabama same-sex marriage

11th circuit court denies stay of Alabama same-sex marriage ruling; couples can marry Feb. 9 - @WKRG

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Texas same-sex marriage

Fort Worth, Texas, officials issue memo saying that, as of Feb. 1, city will extend spousal benefits to all legally married couples - @wfaalauren

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Alabama same-sex marriage

Federal judge issues 14-day stay in Alabama same-sex marriage case - @chrisgeidner

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Alabama same-sex marriage

Alabama State House Speaker Mike Hubbard calls federal ruling on his state's ban on same-sex marriage 'outrageous;' says state Legislature 'will encourage a vigorous appeals process' and 'continue defending the Christian conservative values that make Alabama a special place to live' - statement via @chrisgeidner

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US same-sex marriage

Federal judge rules Alabama ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional - @WashBlade

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US same-sex marriage

President Obama on Supreme Court same-sex marriage case: 'My hope is that they go ahead and recognize what the majority of the American people now recognize' - @ZekeJMiller

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US same-sex marriage

President Obama calls for bipartisanship in Congress: 'If we're going to have arguments, let's have arguments. But let's make them debates worthy of this body and worthy of this country'

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US same-sex marriage

President Obama outlines major events over past 6 years; says 'I've seen something like gay marriage go from a wedge issue used to drive us apart to a story of freedom across our country, a civil right now legal in states that 7 in 10 Americans call home'

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US same-sex marriage

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Supreme Court decision to review gay marriage case: 'Given the near unanimous string of rulings recognizing the constitutional right to marry, and the Supreme Court's decision to let all those rulings stand, including in Virginia, I am optimistic that marriage equality will soon be the law of the land' - statement

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US same-sex marriage

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says he's 'pleased' Supreme Court is taking on gay marriage case; 'All of Michigan's voters, as well as the citizens of our nation, will be well served by the court's decision to decide this case and resolve such an important issue' - statement

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US same-sex marriage

Attorney General Eric Holder says Department of Justice will file 'friend of the court' brief to urge Supreme Court 'to make marriage equality a reality for all Americans' - statement

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US same-sex marriage

Editor's note: The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a same-sex marriage case in April and a decision is expected by late June, The Associated Press reports. The justices are reviewing an appellate ruling that upheld bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee, which are among the 14 states where same-sex couples are not allowed to marry. - Stephanie

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