Jun 05, 2015

LGBT Couples Exchange Vows after Marriage Equality Ban Struck Down | Democracy Now!

More than a dozen LGBT couples have tied the knot in Kansas days after the state’s marriage equality ban was overturned. The couples exchanged their vows in a mass ceremony. Martin Wilson-Sulzman: "It means that we have some equality." David Sulzman: "It’s a new start. It’s a new start." Martin Wilson-Sulzman: "And it can only go up from here, and that’s what it means. And that’s why I’m...

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