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Connecticut Legislature May OK Gay Civil Unions
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Connecticut Legislature May OK Gay Civil Unions

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Connecticut Legislature May OK Gay Civil Unions

Connecticut Legislature May OK Gay Civil Unions
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Connecticut may become the first state to establish civil unions for same-sex couples without a judicial mandate. The legislation is receiving support from both parties in the state, including Connecticut's Republican governor. Amy Jeffries of member station WNPR reports.

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