Activists in Arizona resume gay-rights fight
Posted on December 22, 2008
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Just weeks after voters approved amending Arizona’s Constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman, some gay-rights activists already are looking toward 2010.
A man who champions equality for gays in the United Kingdom has traveled here to launch a drive for a ballot initiative that would establish civil partnerships, which since 2005 have allowed British same-sex couples to legally register their relationships.
“We’re not fighting for marriage; we’re fighting for equal rights,” said Gino Meriano, whose business, Pink Weddings, arranges commitment ceremonies and provides free legal advice for gay couples wishing to establish civil partnerships.
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