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  • LaDean Lines and Beth Kelley hold up their marriage license after being first in line at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.

       LaDean Lines and Beth Kelley hold up their marriage license after being first in line at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Kendall Welton of Round Lake Beach takes pictures of her sister Michele Fagiano, right, with her partner, Shannon, and their daughter, Riley, 7, after receiving a marriage license at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.

       Kendall Welton of Round Lake Beach takes pictures of her sister Michele Fagiano, right, with her partner, Shannon, and their daughter, Riley, 7, after receiving a marriage license at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • LaDean Lines and Beth Kelley of Waukegan fill out paperwork as they are first in line for a same-sex marriage license at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.

       LaDean Lines and Beth Kelley of Waukegan fill out paperwork as they are first in line for a same-sex marriage license at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Kevin Schaller and Kevin Fulara of Wauconda receive a marriage license from Mary Anne Potter, election staff, at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.

       Kevin Schaller and Kevin Fulara of Wauconda receive a marriage license from Mary Anne Potter, election staff, at the Lake County Clerk's office in Waukegan.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Shari Hohl, left, and Carole Mauloff of Geneva share a kiss after getting their marriage license at the Kane County Clerk's office in Geneva Monday morning. They've been together for 19 years.

       Shari Hohl, left, and Carole Mauloff of Geneva share a kiss after getting their marriage license at the Kane County Clerk's office in Geneva Monday morning. They've been together for 19 years.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Traci Simon, left, and Michelle Selander smile while answering questions so they can receive their marriage license at the Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning in Geneva. They live in South Elgin and are planning to be married Saturday in Geneva.

       Traci Simon, left, and Michelle Selander smile while answering questions so they can receive their marriage license at the Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning in Geneva. They live in South Elgin and are planning to be married Saturday in Geneva.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Donn Bofani, left, and Jerry McManaman of Elgin show off a picture of them early in their relationship while waiting in line at the Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning on the first day that  marriage licenses were available to same-sex couples. They've been together 43 years and were there to convert their civil union in to a marriage.

       Donn Bofani, left, and Jerry McManaman of Elgin show off a picture of them early in their relationship while waiting in line at the Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning on the first day that marriage licenses were available to same-sex couples. They've been together 43 years and were there to convert their civil union in to a marriage.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Same-sex couples file in to Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning.

       Same-sex couples file in to Kane County Clerk's office Monday morning.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

  • Catherine Verbic, left and her wife Jevelyn Verbic, right, react after being able to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.

       Catherine Verbic, left and her wife Jevelyn Verbic, right, react after being able to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Barb McMillan, left, gives a kiss to her wife Roseann Szalkowski after they were able to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.  The couple from Roselle are now officially married since 2011.

       Barb McMillan, left, gives a kiss to her wife Roseann Szalkowski after they were able to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday. The couple from Roselle are now officially married since 2011.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Mike Gary, left and Michael Cannon, right, of Hanover Park, share an emotional hug before converting their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.

       Mike Gary, left and Michael Cannon, right, of Hanover Park, share an emotional hug before converting their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Alicia Atkinson, left and Laurin Fabry, right, of Eola are happy to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.

       Alicia Atkinson, left and Laurin Fabry, right, of Eola are happy to convert their civil union to a marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Shelley Bellock, left, deputy clerk, helps David Mancini-Conway, center, and Dan McGuire, right, of Naperville with their marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.

       Shelley Bellock, left, deputy clerk, helps David Mancini-Conway, center, and Dan McGuire, right, of Naperville with their marriage license at the DuPage County Clerk's office in Wheaton on Monday.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

 

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