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In middle America, a mix of hope, anxiety

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / May 17, 2004

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ST. LOUIS -- In the American heartland, where billboards reading "Jesus Saves" loom beside highways and where many people proudly count themselves as Christian conservatives, the communities of gays and lesbians are awaiting the dawn of same-sex marriage in Massachusetts with a mixture of elation and apprehension. (Full Article: 1448 Words)

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