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by Michael Wilson
Thursday, Aug. 09, 2001 at 5:06 AM
The California Senate is considering a bill that would recognize sex marraiges and allow for some but not all equal rights as granted to straight couples.
Domestic Partners' Rights Bill in State Senate
A new bill, AB 25 (Migden), proposes to make numerous real changes in state law: from
providing domestic partners the ability to sue for wrongful death, to allowing partners to make
medical decisions on one another's behalf in times of medical crisis. These changes, while far
short of complete equality, provide immediate and real rights. The ACLU of Southern California
is attempting to build support for AB25 through its Domestic Partners' Rights Campaign and
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