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TUCSON, Ariz. -- Supporters of same-sex marriage in Arizona are marching 99 miles statewide for equal treatment under the law.
The 99 miles represents the 99 years the state has denied full marriage equality for all citizens.
Monday's stop was in Tucson, where the group walked around the U of A, Reid Park and 4th Avenue.
"There's 1138 rights that a gay couple or same sex couple does not have that a married couple does. And that's what we want to inform people. We just want we just want to be treated equally," said walker Karon Bohlender.
The final stop of the walk will be on August 14 in Phoenix at the Capitol steps.