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Background knowledge from GSA letters.

This was the facts that the GSA used to support their belief of why gay marraige should be legalized.
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hailey mcentee

on 19 January 2012

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Transcript of Background knowledge from GSA letters.

The Iowa
New York
Vermont
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Massachusetts
Washington D.C. States that allow
same-sex marraige: Places that allow gay adoption: facts about gay rights Washington
Oregon
California
Nevada
Colorado
New Mexico
Maine

Iowa
Arkansas
Wisconsin
Illinois
Indiana
Ohio
New England
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civil unions: Washington
California
Oregon
Nevada
Illinois
New Jersey
Rhode Island
Laws in Kansas In Kansas gay marraige
and civil unions are
banned. It is technically
a crime to have "homosexual
conduct." What are they
doing about it?
Lawmakers tried to repeal
the laws criminalizing gay
relationships but state
representatives Jan Pauls
(Huchinson) and Lance
Kinzer (Olathe) opposed
and the repeal was stopped. How are Gay Straight
Alliance members at BV
trying to make a difference? They are writing lettters
to representatives of the
state of Kansas to give
them insight on why gay
marraige, civil unions,
and gay adoption should
be allowed.
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