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Marriage eligibility wasn't enforced

Clerks in state told to skip status

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / April 28, 2004

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For 27 years, the state has specifically instructed city and town clerks not to enforce eligibility requirements for marriage applicants, including a residency requirement that Governor Mitt Romney wants to use to block out-of-state gay couples from marrying in Massachusetts. (Full Article: 1113 Words)

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