Attorney Elizabeth Schwartz, center, joins hands with plaintiffs in the gay marriage ruling on the Miami-Dade County courthouse steps after the ban was successfully lifted on Jan. 5, 2015, by Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel.
Attorney Elizabeth Schwartz, center, joins hands with plaintiffs in the gay marriage ruling on the Miami-Dade County courthouse steps after the ban was successfully lifted on Jan. 5, 2015, by Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel. EMILY MICHOT Miami Herald File
Attorney Elizabeth Schwartz, center, joins hands with plaintiffs in the gay marriage ruling on the Miami-Dade County courthouse steps after the ban was successfully lifted on Jan. 5, 2015, by Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel. EMILY MICHOT Miami Herald File

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