Vermont Gay Unions

Steve Young reports legislators in Vermont today gave final approval to the most sweeping gay rights law in the nation. The bill will grant gay couples all the benefits of marriage through the creation so-called "civil unions." Gay couples are pleased with the action, though some say it doesn't go far enough.

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