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Marriage-equality march in the Village (slide show)

With two major marriage cases landing in front of the Supreme Court this week, New Yorkers took to the streets in support of marriage equality.

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Today and tomorrow, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing cases that could extend marriage rights for same-sex couples at the federal level—though both cases also deal with the court's jurisdiction, since California and the Obama administration have elected not to defend Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act, respectively. To kick off this potentially historic week, Hundreds of New Yorkers (who have had local same-sex marriage rights since 2011) marched from the Stonewall Inn to Washington Square Park to voice their support for equality.

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