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WNBA star speaks out for gay marriage

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Minnesota Lynx guard Seimone Augustus is speaking out against a ballot measure that could place a ban on same-sex marriage. If the "Yes" votes prevail, Augustus and her fiancee won't be able to realize their dream of being married in Minnesota. (Oct. 15)

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