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Morning Headlines: Thursday, June 27

The Morning Joe headlines for Thursday, June 27
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The Morning Joe headlines for Thursday, June 27

Here are the stories we’re reading this morning. What headlines are getting your attention?

Gay Marriage Bolstered by Two Major Rulings

Gay couples left out: ‘Everybody but us’

Court Speaks, but Couples Still Face Legal Patchwork

New York Times: Victory for Equal Rights

Christie: I Would Veto Same-Sex Marriage Bill Again

Dan Balz: Decisions mark a political sea change

‘Dangerous’ heat forecast for Ariz., Nev., Calif.

Wal-Mart, Home Depot sever ties with Paula Deen

Perry Moves To Force Passage Of Harsh Anti-Abortion Bill

Scalia Rants Against ‘Homosexual Sodomy’ In DOMA Dissent

Republican Readies Constitutional Amendment To Ban Gay Marriage

Fall of giants: Federer, Sharapova out on hectic day at Wimbledon

Obama begins Senegal visit

How DOMA Ruling Helps Immigration Reform Odds

Patriots cut Aaron Hernandez

Palestinian Criticizes Israel for Pressing Construction on Seized Land

NYC Council votes to impose new NYPD oversight

Kimberly McCarthy put to death in Texas’ 500th modern execution

Teen friend of Trayvon Martin to return to stand in Zimmerman trial

Mom sues Monster energy drink over teen’s death

Roberts keeps up conservative, collegial push

Obama unlikely to follow court on gay rights

House leaders draw flak on farm bill