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AG asks end of out-of-state marriage licenses

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / May 22, 2004

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Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly sent letters yesterday to four communities demanding that they stop issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples from out of state, taking the first step toward a court order blocking the clerks from allowing out-of-staters to marry. (Full Article: 1052 Words)

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