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01/26/2011

Still convincing Floridians Anita Bryant was wrong: DP edition

by Jeremy Hooper

A promising push forward in the Sunshine state:

State Rep. Mark Pafford, D-West Palm Beach, has filed legislation to provide domestic partnership protections to committed couples throughout Florida.
Legislator pushes for Florida to recognize domestic partnerships [Sun-Sentinel "Palm Beach Politics" blog]

The proposed protections have tough waters to tread. But the local government did accept "Jersey Shore" filming a season in the state. Perhaps a more Jersey-like way of shoring up same-sex couples' protections will import as easily as J-Wow.

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