MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A South Dakota couple got to say their “I Dos” Saturday afternoon in Minneapolis.

They’re hoping their ceremony will help change a policy in their home state.

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“Congratulations to this fabulous couple. Twenty-seven years together. Twenty-seven years of family. Twenty-seven years of love and commitment,” Mayor Betsy Hodges said at the ceremony.

Nancy and Jennie Rosenbrahn were married Saturday afternoon.

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Mayor Betsy Hodges officiated their wedding at the Community of Christ Church in Minneapolis.

When they return home, the newlyweds will join two other couples in filing a federal civil right lawsuit against South Dakota.

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They’re hoping to reverse a 2006 constitutional ban, and want the state to recognize marriages performed out of state.