As reported on boston.com, about 200 people showed up in Concord New Hampshire to rally for House Bill 437, which would repeal the Granite States same-sex marriage law and replace with a civil unions, a title as show below that is just that, a title only:
Bates’ bill would not enact the same civil unions law that was in effect before gays were allowed to marry. That law granted gays all the rights and responsibilities of marriage except in name. The proposed civil unions law would be open to any two adults and would let anyone refuse to recognize the unions. It also would allow anyone to discriminate against the couples in employment, housing and public accommodations based on religious or moral beliefs.