County Clerk Gets an Early Start on Gay Weddings
A clerk in Yolo County, Ca., didn't want to wait until Tuesday morning to conduct gay marriage ceremonies. So the straight Christian clerk started them at 5:01 p.m. Monday — the earliest possible time she could. She married 11 couples.
Tamara Keith reports for member station KQED.
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