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Boston adopts stricter stand on gay outsiders

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / May 13, 2004

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In a move that could thwart out-of-state gay couples who plan to get marriage licenses in Boston City Hall next week, city officials announced yesterday that they will not accept marriage applications from gay couples who live outside Massachusetts or don’t intend to move to the state. But the city will accept a couple’s word, and not require proof of ... (Full Article: 977 Words)

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