Domestic partner ban fails to qualify for November ballot in Colorado

08/8/2006 | Rocky Mountain News (Denver)

Colorado voters are likely to see just three marriage-related issues on the November ballot, after backers of a proposed ban on domestic partnerships failed to collect enough signatures by the Monday deadline. Two other questions -- one limiting marriage to opposite sex couples and another stating domestic partnerships are not equal to marriage -- are likely to join the already approved Referendum I, which would grant legal recognition to same-sex couples, on the ballot.

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