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Activist pushes for inmates to have the right to marry each other, same sex or not (access required)

The Arizona Department of Corrections is changing its marriage policy to conform to state law allowing same-sex partners to tie the knot. The only catch: The policy will still ban inmates of any sexual orientation from getting married to each other in prison.

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