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There were myriad questions raised Friday in the immediate aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark marriage-rights ruling, but we know the answer to at least one of them: the two Dallas retailers who closed their comic store so they could head to the courthouse were able to tie the knot.
Although they weren’t certain the justices would issue their ruling on Friday, Kenneth Denson and Gabriel Mendez, co-owners of Red Pegasus Comics & Games, decided to take a chance, and posted a sign on the door explaining to costumers that the store might open late, because, “we’re waiting at the courthouse to see if the Supreme Court is going to let us get married.” A photo of the sign quickly went viral.
Hello and welcome to another edition of What Are You Reading? Today our special guest is Chris Williams, editor of the web series The Variants.
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