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Comedian Fortune Feimster sped up wedding over Barrett appointment to Supreme Court

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Comedian Fortune Feimster says she and her longtime partner sped up their wedding once it became clear that Amy Coney Barrett would be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, signaling a likely conservative court majority for years to come. (Oct. 28)
 
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News video: Comedian Fortune Feimster Weds Jacquelyn Smith: 'Hopefully Marriage Equality Is Here to Stay'

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"We were going to get married no matter what, but we just were like, 'Why wait?' " Fortune Feimster tells PEOPLE

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