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Legal recognition of same-sex couples Same-sex marriage Argentina Belgium Canada Iceland Netherlands Norway Portugal South Africa Spain Sweden Performed in some jurisdictions Mexico: Mexico City United States: CT, DC, IA, MA, NH, VT, Coquille Recognized, not performed Aruba (Dutch only) Curaçao (Dutch only) Israel Mexico: all states (Mexico City only) Sint Maarten (Dutch only) United States: CA (conditional), MD, NY, RI Civil unions and registered partnerships Andorra Austria Colombia Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Finland France - New Caledonia - Wallis and Futuna Germany Greenland Hungary Ireland Luxembourg New Zealand Slovenia Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay Performed in some jurisdictions Australia: ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC Mexico: COA United States: CA, CO, HI, ME, NJ, NV, OR, WA, WI Venezuela: ME Recognized, not performed Isle of Man (UK only) Unregistered co-habitation Australia Brazil Croatia Israel In some regions United States: MD, RI Jurisdictions with current or recent debates on SSUs Albania Belarus Bolivia Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cayman Islands Chile China (PRC) ROC (Taiwan) Congo (DRC) Costa Rica Cuba Cyprus Dominican Republic El Salvador Estonia Greece Honduras Italy Jamaica Jersey Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Kenya Malta Moldova Montenegro Nepal Nigeria Panama Paraguay Peru Poland Romania Russia Rwanda Serbia Slovakia Uganda Ukraine Venezuela Vietnam Zambia United States: AL, AS, AZ, DE, FL, GU, IL, IN, LA, MI, MN, MT, NM, NC, OH, PA, PR, SC, UT, WV, WY, Native Americans See also Same-sex marriage Same-sex marriage legislation Timeline of same-sex marriage Recognition of same-sex unions in Europe Marriage privatization Civil union Domestic partnership Listings by country LGBT portal v • d • e Constitutional Amendment 3 of 2004, is a defense of marriage amendment that amended the Arkansas Constitution to make it unconstitutional for the state to recognize or perform same-sex marriages or civil unions, even though it is unconstitutional for it to do so. The referendum was approved by 75% of the voters.[1] The text of the amendment states: Marriage. Marriage consists only of the union of one man and one woman. Marital status. Legal status for unmarried persons which is identical or substantially similar to marital status shall not be valid or recognized in Arkansas, except that the legislature may recognize a common law marriage from another state between a man and a woman. Capacity, rights, obligations, privileges, and immunities. The legislature has the power to determine the capacity of persons to marry, subject to this amendment, and the legal rights, obligations, privileges, and immunities of marriage.[2] References ^ CNN.com Election 2004 - Ballot Measures Accessed 30 November 2006. ^ Arkansas State Constitution, 83rd Amendment, Arkansas Legislature. Accessed 18 December 2006. External links The Money Behind the 2004 Marriage Amendments -- National Institute on Money in State Politics v • d • e Same-sex unions in the United States Main articles: Defense of Marriage Act - Public opinion (Opponents - List of supporters) - Status by state (Law - Legislation) Same-sex marriage legalized: Connecticut - District of Columbia - Iowa - Massachusetts - New Hampshire^ - Vermont^^ Same-sex marriage recognized, but not performed: California*# - Maryland - New York - Rhode Island Domestic partnership or Civil union legalized: California - Colorado - District of Columbia - Hawaii - Maine - Maryland - Nevada - New Jersey - Oregon - Washington - Wisconsin Same-sex marriage prohibited by statute: Delaware - Hawaii - Illinois - Indiana - Maine - Maryland - Minnesota - North Carolina - Pennsylvania - Puerto Rico - Washington - West Virginia - Wyoming Same-sex marriage prohibited by constitutional amendment: Alaska - Arizona - California# - Colorado - Mississippi - Missouri - Montana - Nevada - Oregon - Tennessee All or comprehensive same-sex unions prohibited by constitutional amendment: Alabama - Arkansas - Florida - Georgia - Idaho - Kansas - Kentucky - Louisiana - Michigan - Nebraska - North Dakota - Ohio - Oklahoma - South Carolina - South Dakota - Texas - Utah - Virginia - Wisconsin Recognition of same-sex unions undefined by statute or constitutional amendment: American Samoa - Guam - New Mexico - New York - Rhode Island Notes: *All out-of-state same-sex marriages are given the benefits of marriage under California law, although only those performed before November 5, 2008 are granted the designation "marriage". ^The law authorizing civil unions in New Hampshire was repealed effective January 1, 2010. Any civil unions entered into prior to that date automatically will become marriages, by operation of law, effective January 1, 2011. ^^ As of September 1, 2009, civil unions can no longer be performed in Vermont, however, the state will still recognize one that was validly performed in another jurisdiction. # California's ban on same-sex marriage remains in limbo following a federal case finding the ban unconstitutional, which is stayed pending appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. This article related to the politics of the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e