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Undocumented immigrants are proud and loud now with their demands
Topic - Joe Bob Briggs
"It's a long process. Last time we were allowed to marry for like a day and then they took it away," said Mr. Briggs, who wore a T-shirt with an image of Batman and Robin kissing. "But at the same time, we have a black president — so let's just get on with it! It's about equality."
Joe Briggs, 32, an actor who attended a West Hollywood gathering, said he was thrilled to hear about the ruling but was curbing his enthusiasm because of the legal fight still ahead.