Seattle City Hall will open for a few hours on Sunday, December 9 to celebrate what are expected to be the first weddings of gay and lesbian couples in Washington state.
Eight municipal judges will be on hand to marry couples between the hours of noon and 5PM.
Passage of Referendum 74 on November 6 allows a gay marriage law approved by lawmakers to take effect on December 6. Washington’s three-day waiting period means the state’s first weddings won’t begin until Sunday.
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