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CONVENTION EXCERPTS

Lawmakers speak out, pro and con, on proposed amendment

March 30, 2004

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"I have a fear that the language, unless it is further clarified in our zeal to create new constitutional rights for new types of relationships in the Commonwealth, that we infringe upon a long-held right, the first right that we articulated in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, that all citizens have the right to freely exercise one's ... (Full Article: 989 Words)

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