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When They Stopped Waiting - Article in The Arizona Republic

 Terry Pochert and Joe Connolly
Article by Shaun McKinnon.  Photography by Patrick Shannahan

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Shaun McKinnon and his print/video colleague, Patrick Shannahan, from the The Arizona Republic and AZCentral.com tell the story of why we are fighting the ban on same sex marriage her in AZ and how it came together. The lawsuit is Connolly v Roche.

McKinnon writes, "Suit against gay-marriage ban was no orchestrated effort.  It began with a simply question."

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