HONOLULU — Hawaii soon will become the seventh state to legalize same-sex civil unions or their equivalent after its state senate Feb. 16 passed a bill by a vote of 18–5, sending it to Gov. Neil Abercrombie, who has pledged to sign it. The bill, which passed the House 31–19 on Feb. 11, will grant homosexual couples all the state…
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