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BREAKING DEADLOCK

Vote switches by lawmakers are key to the day

By Raphael Lewis
Globe Staff / March 12, 2004

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Several dozen lawmakers, Republicans and Democrats alike, switched their positions on the divisive issue of gay marriage last night in an attempt to break the legislative deadlock that has paralyzed Beacon Hill, a Globe analysis of the night's three roll-call votes shows. (Full Article: 814 Words)

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