Ireland becomes first country to approve same sex marriage

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(May 23, 2015) — Ireland became the first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote on Saturday. The measure is set to pass, with “yes” taking more than 60% of the vote with only four of 43 constituencies still to report their tallies.

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