Lee Jones and Aaron Huntsman were married just after midnight Jan. 6, 2015, on the steps of the Monroe County Courthouse in Key West, after winning the first legal verdict that found Florida’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional.
Lee Jones and Aaron Huntsman were married just after midnight Jan. 6, 2015, on the steps of the Monroe County Courthouse in Key West, after winning the first legal verdict that found Florida’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. Gwen Filosa Keynoter
Lee Jones and Aaron Huntsman were married just after midnight Jan. 6, 2015, on the steps of the Monroe County Courthouse in Key West, after winning the first legal verdict that found Florida’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. Gwen Filosa Keynoter

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