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Duluth, Minn., native Brian Camenker leads MassResitance, a Massachusetts group fighting gay marriage eight years after a court allowed it in that state. Photo provided by Brian Camenker

Disputes in gay-marriage states similar to Minnesota debate

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ST. PAUL — Gay marriage remains divisive in states that allow it, with arguments that sound a lot like what Minnesotans are hearing as they consider a proposed constitutional amendment on the subject.

Some see allowing gay marriages to be nothing more than allowing gays and lesbians to exercise the rights they deserve, but others say the marriages hurt society.

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