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Lining up for historic arguments at the Supreme Court

“I’ve waited my entire life for this moment, so I can do 4 days in this line.”

Photo: U.S. Supreme Court. Credit: Ian Koski/flickr.

Photo: U.S. Supreme Court. Credit: Ian Koski/flickr.

— Chicagoan Sean Varsho, #24 in line outside the Supreme Court awaiting entry to watch the oral arguments ensue regarding the constitutionality of same-sex marriage. “It was always my lifelong dream to be arguing this case,” Varsho, who took his place in line last Friday, told the New York Times. “So just being here and inside the courtroom will be like the fulfillment of my lifelong goals.”

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