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** FILE ** Supporters of same-sex marriage hold photos of themselves and their family members or partners on the steps of the Wayne L Morse U.S. Courthouse Wednesday, May 14, 2014, in Eugene, Ore. A federal judge will hear arguments Wednesday about whether a national group can defend Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage because the state's attorney general has refused to do so. (AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch)

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Giancarlo Tello, 24, of Bellville, N.J., who is living in this country illegally, addresses the New Jersey Assembly's Higher Education Committee in Ewing, N.J., Wednesday, May 14, 2014, as the committee visited The College of New Jersey campus to get input on affordability and other higher education issues. Tello told the committee a law adopted last year to allow people like him living in the country illegally to pay in-state tuition will allow him to return to Rutgers University next year but that the fact that they are ineligible for state financial aid is still keeping students out of college.(AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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In this photo taken May 13, 2014, lawyer argues a case in front of the Washington Supreme Court at Clark College’s Gaiser Hall in Vancouver, Wash. From left are justices Sheryl McCloud, Charles Wiggins, Mary Fairhurst, Charles Johnson, Barbara Madsen, Susan Owens, Debra Stephens, Steven Gonzalez and Justice Pro Tem Joel Penoyar. (AP Photo/The Columbian, Steven Lane)

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In this Nov. 2, 2012, file photo, former Forest City Police Officer Thaddeus Ellenbecker enters a courtroom at the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse in Mason City, Iowa. An appeals court is ordering a new trial for Ellenbecker, who is serving a prison sentence for allegedly setting fire to his police station and stealing a colleague's assault rifle. The Iowa Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday, May 14, 2014, that confessions made by Ellenbecker can't be used because investigators hadn't read his rights. (AP Photo/The Globe-Gazette, Jake Rajewsky, File)