Italian court rejects bid for same-sex marriage
CWN - April 14, 2010
An Italian court has dismissed lawsuits by homosexual activists seeking to overturn the law restricting marriage to heterosexual couples. The constitutional court ruled that any change in the marriage law should be made by parliament, not the courts.
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