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Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Gay Today?

For the first time, Today's annual wedding contest will be open to same-sex couples.

In previous years, the ceremonies took place in a chosen location. For this year's event, the ceremony will be held in the winning couple's hometown, and if gay marriage is legal there, it's okay with Today.

Of course, the show is being weaselly about it: "Today is not taking a stand for or against same-sex marriage," a spokeswoman says. "We're just clarifying the rules based on new developments in the law. Anyone who can legally get married should be able to participate."

Entries and rules for the contest can be found on today.msnbc.com. The wedding is tentatively scheduled for Sept. 16 on Today.

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