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Florida's Gay Marriage Advocates Fighting A Battle They Thought They'd Won

Florida's Gay Marriage Advocates Fighting A Battle They Thought They'd Won
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Gay and lesbian couples in Florida are waiting to hear whether Jan. 6 will be the day they can get start getting married. It's a battle gay marriage advocates thought they'd already won, but continues to be mired in legal wrangling.

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