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NH commission studies gay marriage, yet still fails test

by Jeremy Hooper

   Following up on a vote cast earlier this month in which they decided to recommend a constitutional amendment banning 'mo nups, a New Hampshire commission set up to study and make suggestions to the state regarding queer unions voted on Monday to urge lawmakers to not allow gays to marry, not to recognize out-of-state same sex unions, not to set up a domestic partner registry for couples who cannot legally walk down an aisle, and not to require a person to perform a marriage "which would otherwise offend his or her conscience."

However, we do hear that they are okay with gays saying the word "wedding," as long as they do so infrequently and with their inside voices.

N.H. panel rejects gay marriages [AP via SeacoastOnline.com]

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