From left, partners Don Price Johnston and Jorge Isaias Diaz; partners Melanie and Vanessa Alenier; attorney Cristina Alonso of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt; partners Pamela Faerber and Summer Greene; partners Catherine Pareto and Karla Arguello; attorney Elizabeth Schwartz; partners Todd and Jeff Delmay; and NCLR Legal Director Shannon Minter at a Jan. 21, 2014, news conference announcing the first gay-marriage lawsuit in Florida.
From left, partners Don Price Johnston and Jorge Isaias Diaz; partners Melanie and Vanessa Alenier; attorney Cristina Alonso of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt; partners Pamela Faerber and Summer Greene; partners Catherine Pareto and Karla Arguello; attorney Elizabeth Schwartz; partners Todd and Jeff Delmay; and NCLR Legal Director Shannon Minter at a Jan. 21, 2014, news conference announcing the first gay-marriage lawsuit in Florida. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD File
From left, partners Don Price Johnston and Jorge Isaias Diaz; partners Melanie and Vanessa Alenier; attorney Cristina Alonso of Carlton Fields Jorden Burt; partners Pamela Faerber and Summer Greene; partners Catherine Pareto and Karla Arguello; attorney Elizabeth Schwartz; partners Todd and Jeff Delmay; and NCLR Legal Director Shannon Minter at a Jan. 21, 2014, news conference announcing the first gay-marriage lawsuit in Florida. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD File

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