Wyoming Kills Marriage Bill, Advances Domestic Partnership Legislation
BY Neal Broverman
January 28 2013 9:17 PM ET
A committee of the Wyoming House narrowly killed proposed marriage equality legislation, but its members later advanced a bill to grant domestic partnerships to same-sex couples.
The Wyoming House Corporations Committee rejected HB 169, which would have legalized same-sex marriage, by a 5-4 vote. Malicious testimony including graphic gay sex depictions and comparisons to pedophilia were included in the debate.
A partner bill that would create a domestic partner registry did pass the committee with a 7-2 vote. Read more here.
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