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QUINCY

In historic area, church's pro-gay sign wins permit

By Robert Knox
Globe Correspondent / March 12, 2006

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QUINCY -- The desire of Quincy's historic ''Church of the Presidents" -- which contains the tombs of John Adams and John Quincy Adams -- to hang a prominent banner supporting same-sex marriage has provided a local twist on the hotly debated Beacon Hill issue. (Full article: 548 words)

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