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Not Always A 'Thunderbolt': The Evolution Of LGBT Rights Under Obama

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As U.S. Attitudes Change, Some Evangelicals Dig In; Others Adapt

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LGBT-rights supporters take part in a rally outside the Capitol in Jefferson City, Mo., on March 31. An amendment to the state Constitution protecting people who object to same-sex marriage failed in a committee vote on Wednesday, effectively killing the bill. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Mathew "Skippy" Mauldin holds a flag during a rally outside the Missouri State Capitol, on March 31, in Jefferson City. He was protesting a proposed state constitutional amendment to protect some businesses citing religious objections while denying goods or services related to same-sex weddings. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Missouri's Proposed Religious Freedom Amendment Sets Old Allies At Odds

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Linda (left) and Colleen Squires have been together for 30 years and married for 12. This year will be the first time they can file both their state and federal taxes as any other married couple. Courtesy of Colleen Squires hide caption

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For Same-Sex Married Couples In America, A Historic Tax Day

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Sun Wenlin (left) and his partner, Hu Mingliang, hold hands as they arrive at the Furong District Court in Changsha to argue in China's first same-sex marriage case. Gerry Shih/AP hide caption

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'Here Come The Brides': Same-Sex Weddings Call For A New Soundtrack

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Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis at the Rowan County Judicial Center in Morehead, Ky. Davis spent five days in jail earlier this month for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby (middle) with The Venerable Rachel Treweek (middle left) and The Reverend Dame Sarah Mullally (middle right) pose for photographs following their consecration as Bishops at a service in Canterbury Cathedral, Kent. Gareth Fuller/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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Betty and Jeff Waite enjoy family brunch with their sons. The Waites say they were happily married for 17 years before Jeff told Betty he was questioning his sexuality. The news came as a shock to her, as it does to many men and women who learn their spouse is gay. Cheri Lawson/WNKU hide caption

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A Place For Straight Spouses After Their Mate Comes Out Of The Closet

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Surrounded by sheriff's deputies, Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, with her son Nathan Davis standing by her side, makes a statement to the media Monday at the front door of the county Judicial Center in Morehead, Ky. Timothy D. Easley/AP hide caption

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The Carter County Detention Center's mug shot of Kim Davis was taken Thursday. The Rowan County, Ky., clerk was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses in protest of the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage. AP hide caption

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