House Judiciary Committee approves Civil Union bill

Ann Ogg, of Littleton, carries a sign during a rally supporting civil unions at the Denver City and County Building in Denver, Thursday, May 3, 2012. Ogg said she was there to support her lesbian daughter. She said, "it's absolutely crazy that the GLBT population does not enjoy the same rights the rest of us enjoy." The rally took place prior to the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Senate Bill 2 at the State Capitol. The Colorado Civil Union Act recently passed the Senate with bipartisan support. The bill would allow same sex couple to enter into civil union. Photo by AP Photo/The Denver Post, Craig Walker
Ann Ogg, of Littleton, carries a sign during a rally supporting civil unions at the Denver City and County Building in Denver, Thursday, May 3, 2012. Ogg said she was there to support her lesbian daughter. She said, "it's absolutely crazy that the GLBT population does not enjoy the same rights the rest of us enjoy." The rally took place prior to the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Senate Bill 2 at the State Capitol. The Colorado Civil Union Act recently passed the Senate with bipartisan support. The bill would allow same sex couple to enter into civil union. Photo by AP Photo/The Denver Post, Craig Walker
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