Florida candidates agree on unions, differ on adoption

11/2/2006 | 365Gay.com

Although they are united in their opposition to full marriage rights and support for civil unions, the three major candidates vying to become Florida's next governor disagree over whether gays and lesbians should be able to adopt. Republican Charlie Crist wants to keep the state's adoption ban, Democrat Jim Davis would leave the matter to the courts, and independent Max Linn believes gays should be allowed to adopt. Questions over the sexual orientation of Crist, whom Linn has alleged is gay, were not raised during the debate.

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