Phoenix domestic-partner registry in the works
Posted on December 16, 2008
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Just a month after Arizona voters passed a constitutional ban on gay marriage, the state’s largest city is poised to create a program that would grant hospital-visitation rights to unmarried gay or straight couples who live together.
The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday will consider making the city just the second in Arizona to offer its residents a domestic-partner registry.
Tucson launched a similar program in 2003.
See Phoenix domestic-partner registry in the works
Arizona Republic, AZ
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