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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Bruno Boileau
In a historic ceremony broadcast live on French television, the first gay couple to marry in France said, "Oui," and then sealed the deal with a lengthy and very public kiss.
"Many people have been waiting for this law on marriage and adoption. Now, it's done. Many people are going to be doing as we did and celebrating their unions. ... We are very pleased and honored," Mr. Boileau said.