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Supreme Court won’t stop gay marriages in Florida

Without the court’s intervention, a federal judge’s earlier ruling against a state ban means same-sex marriage licenses could be issued as soon as Jan. 6.

(Oliver Munday for The Post)

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    U-Va. board leader denounces
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    The top 10 D.C. sports phrases of 2014

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