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Romney may balk on lawmakers' raises

Waiting for action on gay marriage

Governor Mitt Romney told a crowd of several thousand gathered outside the State House last month that lawmakers have violated the state constitution by refusing to vote on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages. Governor Mitt Romney told a crowd of several thousand gathered outside the State House last month that lawmakers have violated the state constitution by refusing to vote on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages. (Chitose Suzuki/Associated Press)
By Andrea Estes and Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / December 27, 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney may refuse to move ahead on automatic pay raises for lawmakers unless they vote next week on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages, a top administration official said yesterday. (Full article: 1019 words)

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