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Edith 'Edie' Windsor, Activist Who Helped End Gay Marriage Ban, Dead At 88

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Edith 'Edie' Windsor, Activist Who Helped End Gay Marriage Ban, Dead At 88
Edith Windsor, a woman who brought a Supreme Court case that struck down parts of a federal law that banned same-sex marriage, has died. (9/12/17)

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