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GLAD Web site launches gay marriage resource page
The Massachusetts-based Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders launched a resource section on its Web site Wednesday to assist gay and lesbian couples with the marriage application process in the Bay State, where same-sex marriages are set to begin May 17. "Same-sex couples can use our lookup system for one-stop shopping to get information they need about their town clerks and the marriage application process," said Gavi Wolfe, public education director for GLAD. "It's easy, and it includes information specific to all 351 town clerks' offices." By providing basic contact information, same-sex couples can receive town clerk office locations, contact information, hours of operation, and a description of the fees associated with obtaining a marriage license. Couples can also find additional resources on the site, including an extensive step-by-step guide on how to get married in Massachusetts and information on how same-sex couples can support local and national efforts for marriage equality. For more information visit www.glad.org.