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September 1, 2013 3:39 PM

EXCLUSIVE: Gay couple files federal lawsuit attacking SC’s Defense of Marriage Law

Two Lexington County women who were legally married in Washington, D.C., have filed a federal lawsuit in Columbia challenging South Carolina’s Defense of Marriage Law and a 2006 amendment to the State Constitution that expressly banned same-sex marriages.

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