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Gay Marriage: Craig and Brent

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Gay Marriage: Craig and Brent

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Gay Marriage: Craig and Brent

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Brent Sverdloff and Craig St. Clair of Brookline, Mass., were married Monday, the first day the state issued marriage licenses were issued for same-sex couples. Julia Redpath Buckley, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Robert Siegel is in Massachusetts, where he accompanied two men who were married Monday. Craig St. Clair and Brent Sverdloff have been together for 12 years — we found out what marriage means to both men, and hear their ceremony by a justice of the peace in Brookline, Mass.

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