Wockner, Rex
April 2001
Bay Windows;4/26/2001, pN.PAG
Reports on the introduction of a gay marriage bill in Spain on April 18, 2001. Details of the bill proposed by the opposition Socialists to Spain's parliament; Statement from Socialist parliamentary spokesman Javier Barrero regarding the legality of gay marriage; Move of several European nations to have registered-partnership laws for gays and common-law marriage statutes.


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