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Reilly says curb on gay marriage blunts backlash

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / July 13, 2004

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The state's lawyers will argue today that the 1913 law Governor Mitt Romney is using to block out-of-state gay couples from marrying in Massachusetts "is an important tool in avoiding a national backlash" against gay marriage, because it will allow states to consider the contentious issue "in their own due course." (Full Article: 808 Words)

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