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'Just civil unioned' signs soon to be part of VT's past?

by Jeremy Hooper

6012Mark Larson (pic.), a state representative from Vermont, today introduced legislation that, if passed, would both allow gay marriage in the state and upconvert all of the civil unions already performed in the state into full marriages.

In a related story, we today plan to head to Montpelier to get a job as a bus driver.

So what do these two situations have in common, you ask? Well, in neither our VT bus nor Mr. Larson's vision for the state will gays be relegated to the back.

Gay Marriage Bill Introduced In Vermont [35Gay]

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i like gay marriage. im sri lankan gay.25 year old.

Posted by: ruwan | Feb 8, 2007 12:52:30 PM

I wonder where the best place to live in Vermont would be? It is starting to sound like I'm moving up North.

Posted by: | Feb 9, 2007 4:43:03 PM

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