Vermont Same-sex panel releases report
Posted on April 23, 2008
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The Vermont Commission on Family Recognition and Protection, which has been studying same-sex marriage, released its report today and took no stand on whether to seek a gay marriage law.
The 11-member group was set up to review and evaluate Vermont’s laws relating to the recognition and protection of same-sex couples and the families they form.
Proponents of same-sex marriage said the report lays out the foundation needed to win approval of same-sex marriage in next year’s legislative session. Opponents of broadening Vermont law on the subject said their views are not represented in the report because they declined to attend the public hearings.
Vermont enacting a civil union law in 2000 which at the time was the first of its kind in the nation. See Same-sex panel releases report
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