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Congress

Lawmakers voice concern for states' rights

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 25, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Spurred by a flurry of gay marriages and a public nudging from President Bush, the Senate next week will begin holding hearings on whether to amend the US Constitution to preclude marriages between people of the same sex. But whether Congress will pass such an amendment is unclear, with even lawmakers opposed to gay marriage expressing reluctance yesterday ... (Full Article: 667 Words)

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