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03/30/2011

Gay? Married? Visiting Washington state? Then less baggage could be in your future!

by Jeremy Hooper

In Washington state, strong domestic partnerships are legal. And thanks to legislative action (28-19 in Sen., 58-39 in House), the state is now one step closer to affording that same level of recognition to all out-of-state unions:

WA Legislature OKs out-of-state same-sex unions [AP via Seattle Times]

The bill is headed to the desk of Democratic Gov. Chris Gregoire, who is likely to sign.

We are headed to our workshop to create some modern travel bingo cards, where roadsters will be able to turn gay citizens' piecemeal state-by-state equality (or lack thereof) into a fun way to the pass the time.

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