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.

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

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