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Opposing sides of landmark gay marriage case unite to oppose Trump's court pick

Upworthy Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Jim Obergefell and Rick Hodges shared their concerns about Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination in a joint press conference on Tuesday.
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