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June 3, 2009

New Hampshire becomes 6th state to authorize same-sex marriage

The Boston Globe has a report.  Said Governor John Lynch,

Today we're standing up for the liberties of same-sex couples by making clear they will receive the same rights, responsibilities, and respect under New Hampshire law.... It is my hope and my belief that New Hampshire will once again come together to embrace tolerance and respect and to stand against discrimination.  Today is a victory for all the people of New Hampshire who, I believe, in our own independent way, want tolerance for all. That's truly the New Hampshire way.


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