As hundreds of people gathered inside an Acushnet church for Mass on Sunday, a dozen people stood outside quietly protesting a sign they called hateful.
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A church in Acushnet is getting threats after posting a sign about gay marriage.
On Face The Nation Sunday morning, Gov. Deval Patrick said President Obama’s move to support same-sex marriage is about moral convictions and not politics.
Gov. Deval Patrick said Thursday he’s proud of President Barack Obama’s leadership on the same-sex marriage issue, but he does not agree with everything the president said Wednesday.
The bottom line is, there never was a really good argument against gay marriage. The president has come in from the cold on this one.
President Barack Obama says he now supports same-sex marriage, ending months of equivocation on a subject with powerful election-year consequences.
New Hampshire lawmakers have rejected a bill that would have made their state the first to repeal a gay marriage law through legislation — a move opposed by the governor.
New Hampshire lawmakers are considering whether to take the first step toward making their state legislature the first one to repeal a gay marriage law, even as the governor threatens a veto.
Bridgewater State University Police have released sketches of the man and woman wanted in connection with the attack on a student journalist last week.