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(KPLR) - Illinois has become the sixteenth state in the country to legalize same sex marriage. Governor Pat Quinn recently signed the measure into law, which recognizes gay marriage. However, not everyone supports the legislation saying marriage is between a man and a woman. Missouri doesn't recognize gay marriage, but will the state change its position on the issue? We'll talk about it tonight on The Pulse Of St. Louis.

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