Disabled couples navigate red tape on way to altar


January 19, 2020

LUCASVILLE, Ohio (AP) — As the wedding photographer snapped away, Sherri and Bill Adams leaned over their wheelchairs for a kiss. One felt good, so they enjoyed another. And another.

"That's enough!" someone teased.

Sherri beamed. How long had she waited for this? Five years had passed since she and Bill became engaged. Nearly nine since they'd met. And decades had gone by since she first wondered whether a girl like her could even dream of love.

Sherri intended to savor every moment — every hug, kiss and picture pose.

"Hey!" she shouted back to her heckler. "We're married."

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