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Legal assessment

Analysts see challenges for amendment

By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / February 11, 2004

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As the Massachusetts Legislature takes up a constitutional amendment today to ban same-sex marriages, legal specialists said that new wording inserted into the proposed amendment yesterday would retroactively dissolve all same-sex marriages entered into between mid-May, when they can be licensed under the Supreme Judicial Court's November ruling, and fall 2006, when the constitutional amendment could take effect. (Full Article: 820 Words)

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