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Politics
Cruz calls Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling 'fundamentally wrong'
Just a few days ahead of the primary election in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said he doesn't agree with other Republicans who support the Supreme Court's ruling last June to legalize gay marriage.
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