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(David Zalubowski / Associated Press)

Thursday’s hearing in Denver marks the first time a gay marriage case has been heard by an appellate court since last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.

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What’s next in gay marriage’s legal odyssey?

Thursday’s hearing in Denver marks the first time a gay marriage case has been heard by an appellate court since last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.

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What’s next in gay marriage’s legal odyssey?

Thursday’s hearing in Denver marks the first time a gay marriage case has been heard by an appellate court since last year’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.

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