Edith Windsor, Philly Native Who Helped End Gay Marriage Ban, Dies At 88

Edith Windsor, Philly Native Who Helped End Gay Marriage Ban, Dies At 88
Edith Windsor, a gay rights pioneer whose landmark Supreme Court case struck down parts of a federal anti-gay-marriage law and paved a path toward legalizing same-sex nuptials nationwide, died Tuesday. She was 88.

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