“After 20 years, we don’t feel like newlyweds,” Mueller said. “One of the things that is different, which tickles me, is now, when I fill out forms, I don’t have to check the box for ‘single’; now, I can check the box that says ‘married.’ I didn’t anticipate that would be so significant and meaningful.”
Mueller and Pulliam were among 156 same-sex couples who married in Clark County in the first month it was legal, from Dec. 9 to Jan. 9, according to the county’s Marriage License Department. That accounted for 66 percent of all marriages in the county during the month, said Paul Harris, the department’s manager.
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