The provincial government of Ontario, Canada's largest province in population and second only to Quebec in land mass, voted Thursday to revise its laws to reflect the equality of same-sex marriage.
The proposal to revise the language in some 73 laws passed easily by voice vote. From now on, laws that mention "husband" and "widow," among other terms, will be gender-neutral.
Friday, February 25, 2005
zoe kentucky | Friday, February 25, 2005 |