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Mass gays celebrate 2nd able-to-have-a-wedding anniversary

by Jeremy Hooper

To mark the second anniversary of gay marriage legalization in Massachusetts and protest attempts to reverse the nutpials allowance, married gays in the state are today delivering flowers to various state legislators.

Unfortunately, we misread the memo:


Married Couples to Deliver 'Congratulations' Bouquets to Legislators to Mark Second Anniversary of Marriage Equality May 17 [MassEquality Release via U.S. Newswire]

PREVIOUS: Happy Anniversary, Mass. 'mo marriage! [May 17, 2005]

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