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It is the current question whereas Governor Chris Gregoire until now, as reports The Seattle TimesThe Seattle Times, has supported giving gay and lesbian partners the same rights that married couples have today, but has never endorsed same-sex marriage publicly but it would seem that she could support it during a session next week according to sources.

Wednesday, 04 January 2012 18:30

Civil Unions In Hawaii And Delaware

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2012 marks the beginning of the civil unions in 2 American states which are Hawaii and Delaware.

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It seems that the marriage equality will not pass in 2011 in Rhode Island.

Monday, 18 April 2011 21:10

Michigan Health Benefits Not Repealed

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The act allowing health benefits for state workers' partners in Michigan was not repealed by the republicans in the House.

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Star Tribune Minnesota, following a survey, shows that the majority of people living in the state are opposed to a modification of the constitution to ban gay marriage.

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Let's try again in New York. Daniel O'Donnell, member of Parliament, have decided to not wait and present a bill to legalize gay marriage in New York.

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Contrary to her mother, Chelsea Clinton supports gay marriage and even asked staights to fight for equal rights.

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After not passing the marriage equality, the lawmakers of Rhode Island could present a bill to allow civil unions.

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Unitarian Minister of Kentucky stated she doesn't want to sign marriage licences anymore as long as the state will not legalize gay marriage.

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A survey was organized in New York following to know who support and who don't gay marriage and here are some results.

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