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Decisions on out-of-staters in courts' hands

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / May 18, 2004

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Legal specialists say that the opinions issued yesterday by the attorneys general of Rhode Island and Connecticut will not be the final word on whether gay marriages are recognized in those states. That determination, as was the case in Massachusetts, will come from the courts. (Full Article: 597 Words)

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