House Bill 2447: Creating Civil Unions

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Last Updated: April 27, 2010
House Bill 2447: Creating Civil Unions
Sponsors:
Reps. Cohen, Gerber, Buxton, Briggs, Brown, Caltagirone, Curry, Depasquale, D. Evans, Fabrizio, Frankel, Johnson, Josephs, Lentz, Manderino, McGeehan, McIlvaine Smith, Myers, M. O'Brien, Parker, Pashinski, Payton, Preston, Roebuck, Santarsiero, Sturla, R. Taylor, Vitali, Wagner, Wheatley, Williams, Youngblood
Summary:

This bill would create civil unions in Pennsylvania. A “civil union” would be defined as a union between two adults of the same sex. All of the rights, protections, and duties that apply to marriage would apply to a civil union.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

4/22/2010     (House)     Referred to Judiciary Committee
11/30/2010     (House)     Bill died when legislature adjourned

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