Jim Obergefell embraces California Attorney General Kamala Harris during the San Francisco Pride Parade on Sunday in San Francisco, two days after the Supreme Court's landmark decision to require that states issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. Obergefell, the plaintiff in the Supreme Court case, began his legal battle for marriage equality so he would be recognized as legally married to his late husband, John Arthur.
Jim Obergefell embraces California Attorney General Kamala Harris during the San Francisco Pride Parade on Sunday in San Francisco, two days after the Supreme Court's landmark decision to require that states issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. Obergefell, the plaintiff in the Supreme Court case, began his legal battle for marriage equality so he would be recognized as legally married to his late husband, John Arthur. Adm Golub AP Images for Human Rights Campaign
Jim Obergefell embraces California Attorney General Kamala Harris during the San Francisco Pride Parade on Sunday in San Francisco, two days after the Supreme Court's landmark decision to require that states issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. Obergefell, the plaintiff in the Supreme Court case, began his legal battle for marriage equality so he would be recognized as legally married to his late husband, John Arthur. Adm Golub AP Images for Human Rights Campaign
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Kamala Harris rejects second gay murder measure

July 01, 2015 01:52 PM