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Romney turns to AG for halt to licensing

Targets marriage by gay outsiders

By Yvonne Abraham and Raphael Lewis
Globe Staff / May 21, 2004

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Governor Mitt Romney yesterday asked the state attorney general to stop municipal clerks from issuing marriage licenses to samesex couples from other states and said Massachusetts would refuse to officially record the licenses of those couples who do not intend to live here. (Full Article: 1175 Words)

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