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Beginning to unwind same-sex marriage complexities in Pa., Del., and N.J. [audio]

 Gay rights activist Bryce Romero, of the Human Rights Campaign, offers an enthusiastic high-five on Wednesday to visitors getting in line to enter the Supreme Court before justices handed down major rulings on two gay marriage cases that impact same-sex couples across the country. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

Gay rights activist Bryce Romero, of the Human Rights Campaign, offers an enthusiastic high-five on Wednesday to visitors getting in line to enter the Supreme Court before justices handed down major rulings on two gay marriage cases that impact same-sex couples across the country. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

Following today’s Supreme Court ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act, we turned to Angela Giampolo, gay rights lawyer and chair of Gay and Lesbian Lawyers of Philadelphia, to learn about what it means for same-sex couples in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.

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