Same-sex marriage supporters rally in U.S.

Activists Rally In Favor Of Same Sex Marriage In Chicago

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As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to debate two important motions pertaining to the recognition of same-sex marriages, supporters of gay marriage and equal rights rally across the country, including those camped out in front of the Supreme Court building in hopes of sitting in on the historic debate.

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