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Worcester clerk won't challenge gays

Declines to question applicant residency

By Jessica Bennett
Globe Correspondent / April 17, 2004

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The Worcester city clerk said yesterday that he would not question gay couples seeking marriage licenses about their residency, becoming the second municipal official to ignore state officials who say gays from out of state will not be allowed to get married here. (Full Article: 762 Words)

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