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Throughout the District, rainbow flags wave in anticipation. The annual Capital Pride celebration has been in full swing since June 1 and will culminate Saturday with the gay pride parade.
Maryland's same-sex marriage bill is headed for vigorous and extended debate in the House of Delegates, but for many, it won't be new territory and it won't end there.
A crucial committee vote on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland will not take place Thursday.
Andrew Mollenbeck, WTOP reporter in Annapolis
Same-sex marriage has only been legal in the District for about two months, but the city is on track to set a record for marriages this year.
As students Robert Hawthorne, 24, and James Betz, 23, tied the knot outside the courthouse, Jeremy Moon, 31, and Bryan Legaspi, 30, got married inside the courthouse.
A computer glitch is slowing down the application process on the first day that same-sex couples are applying for marriage licenses in the District.