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According to NBC 4, Columbus mayor Michael Coleman is offering to officiate same-sex weddings for couples at Columbus City Hall to celebrate the Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality.

Couples who want to be part of the “Vowed and Proud” ceremony have to email their story by Monday evening.

See more at http://columbus.gov/vowedandproud/.

From the website:

Starting July 2, 2015, email your love story to vowedandproudcbus@gmail.com and you may be selected to be married by Mayor Coleman at the Vowed & Proud Ceremony.

Couples selected to participate in the July 11 ceremony must have a valid marriage license.

Please provide your full name, phone number, and mailing address both in the email and on the submission itself.

Please submit your story in the body of an email and include a photo of you and your fiancé. All entries must be received by 11:59pm July 6, 2015. Selected couples will be notified on July 7, 2015. Submissions should not exceed 250 words (please include word count at the top of the submission).

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