Hundreds camp out for Supreme Court arguments

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By Jenn Zellers

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hundreds of people are camping out in the nation's capital in the hopes of getting seats inside the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in two cases concerning same-sex marriage.

People have been lining up since Thursday to get one of the 250 public seats in each case.

Arguments are expected to start Tuesday over the right to same-sex marriage.

The main issue is whether marriage should be considered a state or federal issue.

One legal analyst said that Americans on both sides are invested in the debate on marriage on debate. And that the country does not need a 50 state solution when the states are capable of handling the issue.

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