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US: Wisconsin court rules in favour of same sex domestic partnership registry

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  1. That There Other David 22 Dec 2012, 12:16pm

    It’s a start. Now they need to getting rid of that constitutional amendment.

    Well done Wisconsin, and best of luck with the road ahead.

  2. Aussie Gay Activist Paul Mitchell 23 Dec 2012, 2:24am

    Wisconsin has some silly laws indeed that they need to get rid of, but then again the Republicans controls the Governorship and both Houses of the Legislature!

    Starting with getting rid of the Transgender inmate ban on gender surgery, getting rid of the ban on same sex couples adopting children in the state and also but not the least getting rid of the Constitutional ban on same sex marriages and civil unions!

  3. Paul from Tacoma, WA 23 Dec 2012, 3:13am

    I agree with the Court, keep the current “better than nothing” domestic partnerships law Wisconsin.

    Domestic partnerships that provide 50 state rights for same sex unmarried couples out of 200 state rights for married heterosexual couples in better than nothing!

    Hopefully the next stage is full 200 state rights in a same sex marriage! But that will never happen under the Republican controlled state!

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