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Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts

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Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts

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Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts

Dozens of Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts

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By week's end, hundreds of gay and lesbian couples will have officially tied the knot in Massachusetts. Dozens married Monday, including all seven of the couples whose lawsuit led the Massachusetts high court to legalize gay marriage. Many out-of-state same-sex couples are also hoping to get a marriage license that might be recognized back home. Hear NPR's Tovia Smith.

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