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February 3, 2014 6:00 AM

‘Stunning’ shift on gay marriage is changing political landscape

When the new attorney general in Virginia decided recently to oppose his state’s ban on gay marriage, it might have been dismissed as an isolated move by a Democrat seeking to reverse Republican policy. But it underscored the speed and breadth of a fundamental change in the country.

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