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Romney's stance on civil unions draws fire
Governor Mitt Romney received a standing ovation at the Spartanburg County Republican Party dinner in South Carolina Monday after delivering a speech opposing same-sex marriage. (Globe Photo / Coke Whitworth) Globe Photo / Coke Whitworth

Romney's stance on civil unions draws fire

Activists accuse governor of 'flip-flopping' on issue

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / February 23, 2005

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A national gay and lesbian Republican organization yesterday accused Governor Mitt Romney of "flip-flopping" on civil unions for same-sex couples, and other gay activists and Democrats complained that Romney was reinventing himself as a conservative to run for president. (Full article: 1373 words)

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