Maryland Police Patrolling Chick-fil-As

Protesters plan “kiss in” for gay marriage

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    Police in Maryland will be keeping a close eye on Chick-fil-A restaurants Friday.  Gay and lesbian couples plan a “kiss In” to protest the CEO’s stand on gay marriage.

    Charles County and Prince George’s County police told News4 they would have a bigger presence around local restaurants to make sure the protests stay safe.

    Organizers of the protest want same-sex couples to take pictures of their kiss at the restaurant and post them on social media sites.

    On Wednesday, thousands across the country and in the D.C. area took part in a national Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.

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    Not everyone went to Chick-fil-A to eat on appreciation day Wednesday. News4's Chris Gordon reports.