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04/14/2006

Adoption by same-sex couples deemed kosher (for Passover)

by Jeremy Hooper

Overturning a lower court ruling to the contrary, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that unmarried couples, 'mo or 'ro, can file a joint petition to adopt a child. Though personally we think that's a bit silly...

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...as a joint seems very hard to write on. But whatever -- if those are the hoops we must jump through, then so be it. Just seems bizarre, that's all.

It's unclear if Thursday's precedent-setting ruling will be appealed; though considering it's appealing to gays, that seems unfortunately likely.

Court: Couples of same sex can adopt [AP via FortWayne.com]

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