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For towns that denied rights, altar is now set

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / May 9, 2004

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In cities and towns where marriage licenses were refused to seven same-sex couples three years ago, municipal officials are now rolling out red carpets. All seven couples, who became plaintiffs in the case that legalized gay marriage in Massachusetts, plan to get married on May 17, the first day they are allowed to under a state Supreme Judicial Court ruling. (Full Article: 942 Words)

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