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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- People are camping out in front of the Supreme Court hoping to get seats to listen to arguments on same-sex marriage.
One deals with California's Proposition eight, which banned same sex marriage.
The other has to do with the Defense of Marriage Act, which is the federal law that defines marriage as being between one man and one woman.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul spoke out on the issue today on Fox News Sunday.
"It's a really complicated issue. I've always said I think the states have the right to decide. I do believe in traditional marriage. Kentucky has decided it and I don't think the federal government should," said Senator Paul.
When asked about his possible presidential aspirations, Senator Paul would not commit to whether he will run in 2016.