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The many signs of #SCOTUS

By Casey Capachi

Updated 6:24 PM ET, Tue April 28, 2015
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Outside the Supreme Court of the United States, people hold signs calling for "equal justice under law." Casey Capachi/CNN
A group against same-sex marriage prays in an "appeal to heaven" outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Catherine Quinn of Detroit holds up her sign supporting same-sex marriage outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Pastor Larry Hickam holds a sign of what he says is the definition of marriage outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Kevin Rosseel of Washington stands outside the Supreme Court with his sign in support of same-sex marriage. Casey Capachi/CNN
Stephanie Jones and Diana Iwanski of Clermont, Florida, share their sign in support of same-sex marriage outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Sarah Rauber of Maryland stands in front of the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
McKenna Inskeep hands out stickers in support of marriage equality outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Mike May of Cleveland argues against same-sex marriage in a debate outside the Supreme Court. Casey Capachi/CNN
Outside the Supreme Court, John Lewis and Stuart Gaffney of San Francisco hold signs celebrating their marriage. Casey Capachi/CNN
Senior Novice Sister Sedusa Poly Tishun shows off her face paint outside the Supreme Court. "We're here raising up our voices and our glitter in shouts of joy in support of marriage equality," Tishun said. Casey Capachi/CNN
Andrew Damron of Brooklyn, New York, holds up a sign with the motto "You Only Live Once" in support of same-sex marriage. Casey Capachi/CNN
Andrew Zibell of Brooklyn, New York, holds a sign in front of the Supreme Court that shows his support of same-sex marriage. Casey Capachi/CNN
Senior Novice Sisters Ray Deeo Active and Allie Lewya show off their face paint in support of same-sex marriage. Casey Capachi/CNN