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Finneran says he will support compromise on civil unions

But insists Legislature should define benefits

By Raphael Lewis
Globe Staff / February 21, 2004

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Massachusetts House Speaker Thomas M. Finneran yesterday said he has dropped his longstanding opposition to establishing a constitutional right to civil unions for same-sex couples, as long as the Legislature can still define what benefits and rights are conferred by those unions "from time to time." (Full Article: 866 Words)

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