The Nevada Assembly has now joined the Senate in overriding the governor's veto....
The Nevada Senate has voted to override Gov. Jim Gibbons’s veto of a measure that would give domestic partners, whether gay or straight, many of the rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples.
The 14-to-7 Senate vote Saturday, the required two-thirds majority with no votes to spare, must be affirmed by the Assembly for the bill to become law over the governor’s objections.
The bill provides that domestic partners have the same rights as married couples in matters like community property and responsibility for debts.
Sunday, May 31:
The Assembly overrode Gov. Jim Gibbons' veto on a 28-14 vote Sunday and changed state law so that domestic partners, whether gay or straight, have many of the rights and benefits that Nevada offers to married couples.
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