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Romney calls Kerry's stance on gay marriage confusing

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / February 27, 2004

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Governor Mitt Romney yesterday chided Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry for what he said were Kerry's confusing positions on gay marriage, because Kerry opposes a federal constitutional amendment to block gay marriages but supports a state amendment. (Full Article: 704 Words)

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