Gays marry in Michigan after judge strikes down ban
PONTIAC, Michigan (Reuters) - Officials in Michigan issued dozens of marriage licenses to same-sex couples in hastily arranged, joyful ceremonies on Saturday, a day after a federal judge struck down the state's ban on allowing gay couples to wed.
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