ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) _ A lesbian couple from Rhode Island that won the right to marry in Massachusetts held their ceremony Sunday.

After being denied a marriage license in Massachusetts, Wendy Becker and Mary Norton challenged a 1913 state law that prohibits out-of-state residents from marrying if the union would not be permitted in their home state.

They argued that same-sex marriage was not specifically banned in Rhode Island. Superior Court Judge Thomas Connolly agreed last month, saying he saw no evidence of a ``constitutional amendment, statute, or controlling appellate decision'' making same-sex marriage illegal in Rhode Island.

Rhode Island Gov. Don Carcieri, a Republican and a gay marriage opponent, said through a spokesman that he has no plans to try to revise the state's laws.