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Clinton campaign releases new video honoring same-sex couples

Clinton campaign releases new video honoring same-sex couples

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to rule on the constitutionality of states’ same-sex marriage bans, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Wednesday released a new video honoring gay couples across the country.

In the video, titled “Equal,” same-sex couples, including one couple featured in her announcement video, speak about the strides the LGBT equality movement has made in recent years.

One clip features a husband reading his vows on his wedding day, in which he speaks about the doubts and struggles he had when coming out years ago, and how he never thought he would be married. “That’s the one that really hurt — I’ll never get married,” he said. “But now I’ll never feel alone.”


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