Posted by | January 1, 2008 11:07 | Filed under: Top Stories

Finally, gay couples in New Hampshire who’ve been together 20 years can have the same rights as straight couples who’ve been together 20 minutes. Gays are also considered human beings in Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, where civil unions are permitted, and Massachusetts, where same-sex marriage is allowed.

New Hampshire’s civil unions law – enacted by the Democrat-dominated Legislature early last year and signed by Democratic Gov. John Lynch in May, gives same sex couples the same rights, responsibilities and obligations of marriage without calling the union a marriage.

Aw, go on…say you’re married.

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