Couple seeks civil union recognition in Indiana

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Three couples are suing the state of Indiana in a bid to win recognition there for civil unions they obtained in Vermont. The couples and their lawyers make an argument familiar to most Vermonters: that the partners love one another and want to live their lives like any other couple.

Indiana has laws that ban same-sex marriage and bar recognition of any such union made in another state. One of the plaintiffs says she thinks the chances that the same-sex couples will win their cases are slim.

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