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Paris gay marriage opponents protest in streets

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In France, opponents of same-sex marriage took to the streets of Paris.

They’re rallying against the law President Francois Hollande signed on May 18th.

It makes France the 14th country to legalize gay marriage.

It passed both houses of parliament easily and the Constitutional Council shot down a legal challenge just before it became law.

The first gay wedding in France is expected to take place on Wednesday.

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