Nevada is legalizing domestic partnerships, with the state Assembly voting Sunday evening to override a veto by the governor, officials said.
The Assembly voted 28-14 to override Gov. Jim Gibbons' veto of a domestic partner bill, said Kathy Alden of the chief clerk's office.
With the vote, Nevada will extend most of the rights given to married couples to couples in domestic partnerships, including those of the same sex. Read full article »
CNN's Mayra Cuevas contributed to this report.