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Rally or Vigil? Cambridge City Hall to host gay marriage event on Wednesday—no matter how the Supreme Court rules

Posted by Jim Lopata  June 25, 2013 05:10 PM

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No matter what the Supreme Court decides tomorrow concerning the DOMA cases before it, hundreds are expected to gather in support of marriage equality on Wednesday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Cambridge City Hall, site of the first legal marriages between same-sex couples in the United States.

The event is being hosted by several groups that advocate for LGBT concerns, including MassEquality, ACLU of MA, GLAD, HRC, Family Equality Council, MGLPC, the Boston Pride Committee, and the Cambridge GLBT Commission.

"In the case of good news," says the press release from MassEquality, "we'll be continuing the celebration afterwards at Club Cafe in Boston at 8pm."

For more information, visit the event's "DOMA Decision Day" page on Facebook.

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