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State House

National and local lobbying efforts ratcheted up

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / February 11, 2004

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By midafternoon they shut the State House doors. The building was full, its marble hallways aflood with thousands of citizens making last-minute appeals to sway legislators before today's expected vote on a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. Activists crammed the grand Nurses' Hall to protest the amendment, singing "My Country, `Tis of Thee," and vowing to fight on even ... (Full Article: 940 Words)

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