Hawaii Senate to Vote on Same-Sex Unions

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The Hawaii state senate is voting today on a measure that would legalize same-sex civil unions in the Aloha State.

The state house approved the alternative to gay marriage last month.

If passed, Hawaii would become the fifth state to legalize same-sex civil unions in the nation.

But the bill could be vetoed by Governor Linda Lingle, who is a Republican.

Protestors have been gathering outside the state capital to defend traditional marriage.

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