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Marriage rites and wrongs

April 1, 2006

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THE SUPREME JUDICIAL Court has ruled that a 1913 law can be used to bar same-sex couples who live in other states from marrying in Massachusetts -- at least when the couples are from states where gay marriage is specifically prohibited. The status of three couples from New York and Rhode Island who applied for marriage licenses in Massachusetts is ... (Full article: 445 words)

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