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Civil disobedience adds to battle over same-sex marriage

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / March 15, 2004

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NEW YORK -- In the last month, local officials in six states from New York to Oregon have opened their doors to lines of same-sex couples hoping to be married, providing a rare instance in the nation's history of individuals using the power of their government offices to commit acts of disobedience and fuel the engine of social change. (Full Article: 1250 Words)

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