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Video Feature: A Marriage in Mass.
Robyn Ochs (right) and her partner Peg Preble received their marriage license in Boston on Monday as Massachusetts became the first state to sanction same-sex marriages. (J.C. Crandall/John Poole - washingtonpost.com)
 Gay Couples Marry in Massachusetts
 A Careful Rush to the Altar
 An Altared State
 Gallery: Same-Sex Couples Marry
 Timeline: Gay Marriage in the Courts

Photo Gallery
 Same-Sex Couples Marry: America's first same-sex marriages fully authorized by law took place in Massachusetts on Monday.
 Photo Gallery: National Debate
Legal Documents
 Complaint in Calif. Case (From Findlaw, Feb. 11, 2004)
 Mayor Newsom's Letter on Gay Marriages (From Findlaw, Feb. 10, 2004)
 Mass. Supreme Judicial Advisory Opinion (From Findlaw, Feb. 3, 2004)
 Opinion of Mass. Supreme Court (From Findlaw, Nov. 18, 2003)
District Man Admits Killing Mayor's Aide
A neighbor charged with killing longtime civil rights activist Wanda R. Alston plead guilty to second-degree murder Thursday, admitting to an addiction to crack cocaine.

District Warned on Gay Marriage
The mayor acknowledges that the city could jeopardize its budget agenda and domestic partner benefits if it mishandles the issue.

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Connecticut House Votes To Allow Gay Unions: Governor Expected To Sign Legislation (April 14, 2005)

A Father's Vote for Gay Rights: Md. Delegate Helps Pass Partnership Registry (April 13, 2005)

Md. Approves Bills Extending Rights to Gay People (April 8, 2005)

Connecticut Closer to Approving Civil Unions: Democratic Majority Driving State Measure (April 3, 2005)

Slain D.C. Official's Mission to Unite Carries On: Mourners Share How Activist Inspired, Led, Sought Justice (March 20, 2005)

Calif. Judge Backs Same-Sex Marriage: Ban Ruled Unconstitutional; Appeal Likely (March 15, 2005)

Largest Gay Rights Group Gets New Chief (March 10, 2005)

For Gay Couples, Anniversary Party: Unions' Legality Still Hotly Debated (Feb. 13, 2005)

Assembly Works on Prayer, Marriage: Plans Would Change Virginia Constitution (Feb. 10, 2005)

Va. Senate Backs Ban On Gay Marriage: Vote Urges Change To Constitution (Feb. 8, 2005)

Manhattan Judge Clears the Way for Same-Sex Marriages: Ruling Will Not Take Effect for 30 Days (Feb. 5, 2005)

Gay Father Appeals Custody Ruling: Court Forced Montgomery Man's Partner to Move Out of Home (Feb. 3, 2005)

Bush Upsets Some Supporters: President Is Urged to Press Ban on Same-Sex Marriage (Jan. 19, 2005)

Gay Rights Groups Map Common Agenda: Priorities Include Right to Marry, Ending Restrictions on Military Service (Jan. 17, 2005)

Churches Take Steps on Issue Of Marriage Between Gays (Jan. 14, 2005)

Stage Set for Battle Over Gay Marriage: Va. Rights Group Plans Campaign (Jan. 14, 2005)

Gay-Adoption Ban In Florida to Stand: Justices Decline to Hear Challenge (Jan. 11, 2005)

GOP Aims To Extend Marriage Restrictions: Same-Sex Unions Would Be Banned By Va. Constitution (Jan. 11, 2005)

Same-Sex Couples Receive Legal Boost: Calif. Enhances Their Rights, Duties (Jan. 2, 2005)

Groups on Right Say Christmas Is Under Attack: Others Call Outcry A Ploy for Funds (Dec. 24, 2004)

Gay Couples Challenge Calif. Marriage Law: Rights Issue Is Likely to Be Decided by State's Supreme Court, Both Sides Agree (Dec. 23, 2004)

Davis Hires Retiring Colleague: Allegations Ended Reelection Bid (Dec. 17, 2004)

Gay Activists Refuse to Bargain Away Rights: Dozens Tell Lawmakers They're Against Any Plan to Pull Back From Fight for Equality (Dec. 10, 2004)

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