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Religious groups – including Catholics, Baptists, Mormons and Unitarian – had a prominent place at the rally in support of same-sex marriage as the Supreme Court prepared to hand down rulings on the issue.

A boisterous crowd of gay-rights supporters cheered and hugged outside the Supreme Court Wednesday when word came down that the justices had overturned a federal law limiting marriage to one-man, one-woman. Read more»

Rainbow flags and posters were in abundant supply outside the Supreme Court where people rallied in anticipation of court rulings on two high-profile same-sex marriage cases.

The Supreme Court’s rulings on same-sex marriage are not likely to have a direct effect on states that ban gay marriage, like Arizona, where both sides said they now expect the fight to resume. Read more»

About once a year, so much big political news happens that a single column can’t be devoted to a single topic. This is that week. So lace up your running shoes. Read more»