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Litigants’ stories bring home how and why support for same-sex marriage became normative, and why the change had to come by way of judicial action and not lengthy ballot initiatives.

'Love Wins' recounts the long, hard-fought path to marriage equality

July 27th, 2016

Litigants’ stories bring home how and why support for same-sex marriage became normative, and why the change had to come by way of judicial action and not lengthy ballot initiatives.

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