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September 09, 2005

California passes gay marriage Bill

California has become the first state in the US to pass legislation allowing gays to marry. The Assembly, reports The Washington Post, approved the Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act, which would allow marriage between two people rather than only between a man and a woman. The state Senate passed the Bill last week. Opponents of the legislation, including conservative Republicans, have argued that the law must be stopped because it constitutes another assault on the sanctity of the family. Analysts say the Bill puts Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the hot seat. ‘I think it's a slam-dunk that he's going to have to veto the Bill and hope that the anger in the gay community doesn't spill over into other groups,’ said one.
Full report in The Washington Post


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