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A curb on gay marriage will fall

Repeal of 1913 law goes next to Patrick; Nonresidents to get right to wed in Mass.

By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / July 30, 2008

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In a major victory for advocates of same-sex marriage rights, the House voted by a wide margin yesterday to repeal a 95-year-old law that prevents gay and lesbian couples from most other states from marrying here, setting the stage for Massachusetts to join just one other state, California, in allowing same-sex couples to marry regardless of residence. (Full article: 1292 words)

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