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Saturday, March 13, 2004

Florida Might Become Next Battleground In Gay Marriage Debate
By TED BYRD tbyrd@tampatrib.com
Published: Mar 13, 2004
TAMPA - Maureen Ayral wants her partner to get her south Tampa house when she dies. Under state law, it automatically would pass to her son.
If she were married, correcting that would be easy. The 46- year-old financial analyst also could pass along about $1 million before estate taxes kick in.

``I don't have a burning desire to be married and recognized by a church,'' Ayral said Friday, but she does want the legal protections she enjoyed when she had a husband.



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Unitarian ministers continue same-sex marriages in New Paltz
The Associated Press
NEW PALTZ, N.Y. --
Another 25 same-sex couples were married by Unitarian Universalist ministers here Saturday, even as prosecutors consider filing charges against the clergywomen.

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