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In Michigan for the Supreme Court's Landmark Gay Marriage Ruling

After the landmark ruling, several same-sex couples acquired marriage licenses and got married in Ann Arbor.

by VICE News
Jul 22 2015, 2:05pm

On June 26, April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse gave a press conference following the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of same-sex marriage at the Jim Toy Community Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. DeBoer and Rowse challenged the state's ban on gay marriage in order to adopt one another's children. After the landmark ruling, several same-sex couples acquired marriage licenses and got married in Ann Arbor.

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Nora VanDorn-Greer, 9, her brother Fletcher, 7, and sister Nora, 9, during a press conference following the Supreme Court's ruling.

Thomas Toon and Anthony Shakeshaft celebrated with champagne after the landmark ruling.

Anthony Shakeshaft shows off the letter he received from President Barack Obama following the Supreme Court's ruling.

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