Same–sex marriage is now legal for a tiny sliver of Washington state.
This week, the Suquamish tribe on the Kitsap Peninsula became the first in Washington to approve such a measure. It's believed to be only the second tribe in the country to allow gay marriages.
As KUOW's Liz Jones reports, tribes may continue to approve same–sex marriages — not because of an organized political movement, but because of the advocacy of individual tribal members.
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