Gay Marriage Could Happen in Mississippi Very Soon

A federal judge appointed by President Obama could decide this week whether to issue an injunction blocking the state's ban on same-sex unions.
Photographer: Diana Lundin

Gay marriage could soon be coming to the Deep South. A federal judge appointed by President Obama will decide as early as this week whether same sex couples in the state of Mississippi can legally wed. 

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