On the eve of a Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage throughout the United States, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has fully come around on the issue.
Early Wednesday, her campaign released a 2½ minute video titled Equal, depicting the weddings of several diverse same-sex couples and in which Clinton ends by saying, “Gay rights are human rights and human rights are gay rights.”
“Stand with LGBT families,” reads the final slide.
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Clinton has publicly changed her view on gay marriage since 1996 when her husband, then-President Bill Clinton, signed the federal Defense of Marriage Act — the law that the Supreme Court partially declared unconstitutional in the 2013 Edie Windsor case against the IRS.