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Municipalities say residency won't be an issue

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / May 17, 2004

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PROVINCETOWN -- As Rhode Island and Connecticut prepare to announce today whether they will recognize same-sex marriages from Massachusetts, a number of Bay State communities said the status of gay marriage is far more fluid than the governor has declared and plan to defy his directive barring marriage licenses for same-sex couples from other states. (Full Article: 659 Words)

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