Gay Marriage: Craig and Brent

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Brent Sverdloff and Craig St. Clair of Brookline, Mass., were married Monday.

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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