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Scalia affirms state rights under Constitution

By Peter DeMarco
Globe Correspondent / February 11, 2004

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AMHERST -- Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia told a packed auditorium of mostly Amherst College students last night that individual states have every right under the United States Constitution to craft their own laws regarding "homosexual conduct" -- but he did not specify gay marriage by name. (Full Article: 332 Words)

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