LGBT activists waved flags and signs in July after a federal judge blocked a Mississippi law that allowed those who cited religious beliefs to refuse services to gay couples. Opponents of gay marriage are counting on help from President-elect Donald Trump to get Congress to pass a federal bill that addresses the same subject.
LGBT activists waved flags and signs in July after a federal judge blocked a Mississippi law that allowed those who cited religious beliefs to refuse services to gay couples. Opponents of gay marriage are counting on help from President-elect Donald Trump to get Congress to pass a federal bill that addresses the same subject. Rogelio V. Solis AP
LGBT activists waved flags and signs in July after a federal judge blocked a Mississippi law that allowed those who cited religious beliefs to refuse services to gay couples. Opponents of gay marriage are counting on help from President-elect Donald Trump to get Congress to pass a federal bill that addresses the same subject. Rogelio V. Solis AP

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