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By Michelle Martin BERLIN (Reuters) - Some conservative lawmakers in Germany may take the legalization of gay marriage, approved by parliament last week, to Germany's top court to ascertain if it is unconstitutional, a German newspaper reported on Monday. Germany was taken by surprise by the vote, which was called suddenly, leaving little time for debate. It came after three parties who could enter a coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives after a September election set the legalization of gay marriage as a condition for their support.
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