In more news of small town action on gay rights, Tavares, Florida just passed an ordinance setting up a domestic partner registry for gay and lesbian couples. On Top Magazine reports:
The Florida city voted 4-1 to become the first in Lake County with such a registry. The registry will be set up by May 1. Gay and straight couples who register their relationships are extended benefits such as hospital visitation, emergency notifications, jail visits and funeral decisions, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
From the bottom up!