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(FILES) In this March 27, 2013 file photo, Gay pride flags flying at the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Alabama became the 37th US state to allow gay marriagesFebruary 9, 2015 after the US Supreme Court refused to take up an appeal to block them. The southern state had asked the top court to halt the unions until it rules on same-sex marriages nationwide later this year. But the Supreme Court declined to hear the state's case, and probate judges began issuing marriage licenses and officiating weddings. Two of the nine Supreme Court justices dissented from the majority's decision. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER / FILESKAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images
(FILES) In this March 27, 2013 file photo, Gay pride flags flying at the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC. Alabama became the 37th US state to allow gay marriagesFebruary 9, 2015 after the US Supreme Court refused to take up an appeal to block them. The southern state had asked the top court to halt the unions until it rules on same-sex marriages nationwide later this year. But the Supreme Court declined to hear the state's case, and probate judges began issuing marriage licenses and officiating weddings. Two of the nine Supreme Court justices dissented from the majority's decision. AFP PHOTO/Karen BLEIER / FILESKAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images

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CNN's Jeffrey Toobin talks about the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, saying it marks a profound change in American life.

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CNN's Jeffrey Toobin talks about the Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, saying it marks a profound change in American life.