The Rev. Maurice Blanchard of Louisville made a heart with his hands behind another plaintiff, James Obergefell of Ohio, right, as they stood outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Tuesday after justices heard arguments on same-sex marriage.
The Rev. Maurice Blanchard of Louisville made a heart with his hands behind another plaintiff, James Obergefell of Ohio, right, as they stood outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Tuesday after justices heard arguments on same-sex marriage. Associated Press
The Rev. Maurice Blanchard of Louisville made a heart with his hands behind another plaintiff, James Obergefell of Ohio, right, as they stood outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Tuesday after justices heard arguments on same-sex marriage. Associated Press

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