Nevada senator’s joyous proposal

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LAS VEGAS, Nevada — The Supreme Court`s decision to ‘we don`t,’ is letting folks all over the country say ‘I do’ to same-sex marriage.

In Las Vegas, a Nevada State Senator proposed to his long-time partner. Yeah, it looks like the hottest spot celebrating Holy matrimony is Sin City. Well, it is the wedding capital of the world, right? Couples are lining up to tie the knot there, now that the law is finally on their side. As these duos get hitched, they`re also making history for, better or worse.

“I don’t know if I feel like I’m ‘history,’ because I kind of feel like it’s just the way it always should have been — all along,’ Karen Goody, who recently married her partner, said.

The Supreme Court`s decision not to take on gay marriage bans means couples can now cut the cake in Nevada, Wisconsin, Indiana, Virginia, Utah, and Oklahoma.

So will Texas ever get the green light? That`s a whole other conversation. However, to those who do have a blessing on their head – Mazel Tov!

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