R.I. lawmakers want broad religious exemption in marriage bill

03/12/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Some Rhode Island state senators want to make sure hospitals and other organizations affiliated with religious groups are able to ignore the legal marriages of same-sex couples, should a pending marriage equality bill pass. Negotiations over an extensive religious exemption could decide the issue this year, according to this analysis.

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