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Clerks in New York are ready for gay couples who want to exchange vows

Clerks in New York have begun processing same-sex marriages. The first couples got married in every corner of the state, from Niagara Falls to the capital in Albany to Long Island. In Manhattan alone, about 100 couples waited in line on a very hot day for the chance to exchange vows at the city clerk’s office. New York became the sixth, and largest, state to allow gay marriages last month.

[via The AP]