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Marriage measure revised to allow some state rights

By Mary Leonard
Globe Staff / March 23, 2004

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The chief sponsors of a federal constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage clarified their proposal yesterday so that it would allow state legislatures to grant civil unions and domestic-partner benefits, a rewording designed to win more support in Congress. (Full Article: 968 Words)

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