Randy Johnson, left, and Paul Campion, second from left, of Louisville talked with Rebecca Cooper of WJLA-TV in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Johnson and Campion are two of the Kentucky plantiffs in the case for marriage equality that goes before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. With them are three of their four children, Mackenzie Johnson-Campion, 11; DeSean Johnson-Campion, 16; and Tevin Johnson-Campion, 20, right.
Randy Johnson, left, and Paul Campion, second from left, of Louisville talked with Rebecca Cooper of WJLA-TV in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Johnson and Campion are two of the Kentucky plantiffs in the case for marriage equality that goes before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. With them are three of their four children, Mackenzie Johnson-Campion, 11; DeSean Johnson-Campion, 16; and Tevin Johnson-Campion, 20, right.
Randy Johnson, left, and Paul Campion, second from left, of Louisville talked with Rebecca Cooper of WJLA-TV in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Johnson and Campion are two of the Kentucky plantiffs in the case for marriage equality that goes before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. With them are three of their four children, Mackenzie Johnson-Campion, 11; DeSean Johnson-Campion, 16; and Tevin Johnson-Campion, 20, right.

Same-sex marriage: Kentucky's path to the Supreme Court

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