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Gay-marriage rule eased

Romney aide says clerks have discretion on residency proof

By and Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / May 5, 2004

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HYANNIS -- Romney administration officials said yesterday that out-of-state gay couples who want to marry in Massachusetts do not have to show documents proving that they live here or plan to move here, a major shift from the governor's earlier stance on enforcing limitations on licensing gay marriage. (Full Article: 1331 Words)

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