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Since the Supreme Court struck a key part of the Defense of Marriage Act in June, the number of marriage license applications the D.C. Superior Court has received has doubled to more than 100 per day.
The court announced today that its Marriage Bureau would add a dedicated marriage license application center, additional staff, and a second marriage ceremony room to help alleviate the long wait times.
This announcement comes two days after the Washington Blade wrote an article about the more than two-hour long lines at the Marriage Bureau.
Clarification: The original headline of this post suggested that the court hired new staff to handle the increase in marriage license applications. In fact, the court transferred existing staff from other branches to handle the increase.
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