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A legislator finds himself tugged in two directions

Representative Paul Kujawski displayed the mail he has received as he weighed a proposed ban on gay marriage. Representative Paul Kujawski displayed the mail he has received as he weighed a proposed ban on gay marriage. (JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / June 14, 2007

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In one corner of Representative Paul Kujawski's mind is the Rev. Michael Roy, a friend and confidant who stood by the lawmaker after he was arrested for drunken driving three years ago and who is urging him to continue supporting a proposed ban on same-sex marriage to preserve the sanctity of heterosexual marriage. (Full article: 865 words)

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