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After 2 years, same-sex marriage icons split up

Were plaintiffs in landmark case

Julie and Hillary Goodridge attended a gay marriage rally held at the State House on Feb. 20, 2004. They married that May.
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / July 21, 2006

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They told the world that their relationship was like any other and that's why they should be allowed to marry. Now, friends say, they are showing once again that they are just like any other couple: Two years after getting married, Julie and Hillary Goodridge, lead plaintiffs in the state's landmark gay marriage case, are splitting. (Full article: 885 words)

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