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Topic - Deborah Price
Seventy-plus prominent Republicans have signed on to a legal brief they will file with the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of gay marriage.
"Like a lot of the country, my views have evolved on this from the first day I set foot in Congress," she explained, according to The Hill. "I think it's just the right thing, and I think it's on solid legal footing, too."