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Saturday, May 10, 2014

This is what marriage equality in Arkansas looks like

Posted By on Sat, May 10, 2014 at 12:35 PM

click to enlarge AT LAST: Zeek Taylor, of Eureka Springs, celebrates receiving a marriage license. He and his partner of 42 years, Dick Titus. - KAT WILSON
  • Kat Wilson
  • AT LAST: Zeek Taylor, of Eureka Springs, celebrates receiving a marriage license. He and his partner of 42 years, Dick Titus.

Photos by Kat Wilson. She and partner, Emily Lawson, talked about their hope to get married in Arkansas in our love issue in February.
 
click to enlarge ALL TOGETHER: Katherine Uselton and Jessica Lynn Greene, of Fort Smith, celebrate their marriage license with their children. - KAT WILSON
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  • ALL TOGETHER: Katherine Uselton and Jessica Lynn Greene, of Fort Smith, celebrate their marriage license with their children.

click to enlarge MARRIED AGAIN: Marie Howard (left) and Trella Laughlin, of Eureka Springs, wait in line at the Carroll County Courthouse to apply for a marriage license. They were married in Iowa in August 2013, but wanted to get married again in Arkansas. - KAT WILSON
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  • MARRIED AGAIN: Marie Howard (left) and Trella Laughlin, of Eureka Springs, wait in line at the Carroll County Courthouse to apply for a marriage license. They were married in Iowa in August 2013, but wanted to get married again in Arkansas.

click to enlarge ARKANSAS'S FIRST: Kristin Seaton and Jennifer Rambo, of Fort Smith, were the state's first same-sex couple to be officially married. - KAT WILSON
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  • ARKANSAS'S FIRST: Kristin Seaton and Jennifer Rambo, of Fort Smith, were the state's first same-sex couple to be officially married.

click to enlarge IT'S TIME: Zeek Taylor and Dick Titus, together for 42 years. - KAT WILSON
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  • IT'S TIME: Zeek Taylor and Dick Titus, together for 42 years.

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