Lawrence attorney David Brown discusses with his clients how recent actions by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Kansas Supreme Court could affect the lawsuit he has filed in state court to have their same-sex marriages recognized. The plaintiffs are (from left) Michael Nelson and Charles Dedmon, and Roberta and Julie Woodrick. The Woodricks did not want to be pictured.
Lawrence attorney David Brown discusses with his clients how recent actions by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Kansas Supreme Court could affect the lawsuit he has filed in state court to have their same-sex marriages recognized. The plaintiffs are (from left) Michael Nelson and Charles Dedmon, and Roberta and Julie Woodrick. The Woodricks did not want to be pictured. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Lawrence attorney David Brown discusses with his clients how recent actions by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Kansas Supreme Court could affect the lawsuit he has filed in state court to have their same-sex marriages recognized. The plaintiffs are (from left) Michael Nelson and Charles Dedmon, and Roberta and Julie Woodrick. The Woodricks did not want to be pictured. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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