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04/20/2005

CT Civil Union Update

by Jeremy Hooper

The CT Senate has given final approval to a bill that would open up civil unions to the state's gay couples. The measure now needs only the approval of Gov. Jodi Rell, who has indicated that she will indeed sign.

Conn. Lawmakers Back Gay Civil Unions [AP via Yahoo! News]

**UPDATE: Rell has signed, civil unions will go in effect on October, 1. Congrats, CT 'mos!

Connecticut Legalizes Civil Unions for Gay Couples [Reuters via Yahoo! News]

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