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France Divided Over Gay Marriagei
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January 29, 2013 2:07 PM
French lawmakers consider a new law Tuesday which would allow gay couples to marry and adopt children. A number of European countries have already enacted laws to allow homosexual couples to marry, but as Henry Ridgwell reports from Paris, the issue has sparked heated debate in France.

France Divided Over Gay Marriage

Published January 29, 2013

French lawmakers consider a new law Tuesday which would allow gay couples to marry and adopt children. A number of European countries have already enacted laws to allow homosexual couples to marry, but as Henry Ridgwell reports from Paris, the issue has sparked heated debate in France.


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