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First marriage licenses issued to Maryland same-sex couples
Cheers and happy tears as couples apply to marry under new law
With hugs and happy tears warming a normally bureaucratic transaction, gay couples flocked to courthouses to receive marriage licenses Thursday morning, the first day they were available after voters upheld Maryland's law allowing same-sex weddings in November. Pictured, Nancy Eddy, 34, left, and Jessie Weber, 30, who live in Baltimore's Charles Village neighborhood, display their license at the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse.
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