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Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune
Tears run down Michael Ferguson's face as he and Seth Anderson take their first couple's dance at Love Elevated at the Rail Event Center Saturday January 11, 2014. Love Elevated, a celebration of same-sex marriages that occurred during the 17 days between U.S. District Judge Robert Shelbyís ruling striking down Utah's ban on gay marriages and the Supreme Court's stay on further marriages pending an appeal by the state, took place in Salt Lake City.