Obama Telephones Calif. Gay Marriage Plaintiffs

Wednesday, 26 Jun 2013 11:35 AM

 

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President Barack Obama has telephoned his congratulations to the plaintiffs in a gay marriage case before the Supreme Court.

Obama telephoned gay rights advocate Chad Griffin, who had the couple in a California gay marriage case listen in.

The White House confirmed that Obama placed the call as he flew to Africa aboard Air Force One.

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