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Topic - Keith Bacon
Same-sex couples in Washington state began reciting wedding vows at events across the state Sunday, the first day they could marry after the state's gay marriage law took effect.
"We're totally thrilled," said Keith Bacon, who took vows with Corianton Hale, his partner of six years, on Sunday. "We had looked at this as maybe a day we would sign a piece of paper and seal the deal, and instead we're having this huge party being thrown in our honor. It's just mind-blowing."
"We had looked at this as maybe a day we would sign a piece of paper and seal the deal, and instead we're having this huge party being thrown in our honor," Mr. Bacon said. "It's just mind-blowing."