Catholic School Students Protest Firing Over Gay Marriage

The vice principal of a suburban Seattle Catholic school says he was fired for marrying a man. The school's lawyer says the administrator resigned when he was told he'd broken the rules. Students have been protesting the school's anti-gay-marriage policy, but legal precedents appear to be on the side of the school and diocese.

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