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First Responders Want Same-Sex Marriage Benefits

More than 100 first responders are challenging Indiana's law banning same-sex marriage.  

They've signed a legal brief that will be filed today with the Seventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.  

The group says they want their partners to be covered under the benefits of marriage in case they're hurt or killed in the line of duty.  

The constitutionality of Indiana's gay marriage ban will be argued in front of the appeals court on August 26th.