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Superior Court's marriage bureau opens for business with 45 couples waiting

Employees at the D.C. Superior Court's marriage bureau are letting 10 couples at a time in to apply for licenses. About 45 were waiting outside by 8:30 a.m., when the office officially opened Wednesday, the first day gay couples are being allowed to apply to marry.

The courthouse has been expecting a big day today and has staffed up accordingly, with five employees on hand to take applications this morning instead of the usual two.

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-- Keith L. Alexander

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  March 3, 2010; 8:38 AM ET
Categories:  same-sex marriage  
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