First same-sex weddings celebrated in D.C.
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First same-sex weddings celebrated in D.C.

In a joint ceremony at the Human Rights Campaign, three of the first gay couples to marry under the city's new law said their vows in emotional services that underscored the historic significance of the day for Washington, D.C. Angelisa Young and Sinjoyla Townsend, Reggie Stanley and Rocky Galloway, and Darlene Garner and Candy Holmes, exchanged their rings Tuesday. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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