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02/01/2007

CT lawmakers to try and take the 'almost' out of gay couple's equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 11-20Lawlor04Two openly gay, Democratic lawmakers in Connecticut, Sen. Andrew McDonald and Rep. Michael Lawlor (pic, from l.), have announced plans to introduce a bill that would one-up the state's currently legal practice of civil unions by giving gay couples full marriage equality:

Gay marriage re-emerges as legislative issue [Stamford Advocate]

Encouraging.

However, don't get up from the back of the bus just yet, CT gay couples, as governor Jodi Rell (a Republican who opposes gay marriage) has indicated she would veto the bill even if it passed. And judging fom this exclusive document recently obtained by G-A-Y...

Relltest

...who's really surprised?

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