Just hours after the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, the Fulton County, Georgia, government center started holding a mass wedding. They're live-streaming it on YouTube, and you can watch it here:
The county government has been planning for weeks in anticipation of the Supreme Court decision, the chairman said. Several different judges are marrying the couples — they're now on the sixth.
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