Five unmarried couples of the one-man, one-woman persuasion have filed briefs with the Arizona Supreme Court against Proposition 107, an upcoming ballot initiative that seeks to alter Arizona’s Constitution by banning gay marriage. The problem, the couples argue, is that the measure also would throw out rights to domestic-partner insurance and therefore infringes on their rights. Many companies and government entities provide for domestic-partner benefits for unmarried couples, either gay or straight.
Heterosexual partners fight anti-gay-marriage measure
by Tucson Citizen on Aug 18, 2006, under Local, Special
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