Same-Sex Divorces Not Always Recognized
06/08/2012 at 12:00 p.m.
Report Finds Washington Schools Need To Spend More In The Classroom: A new report out Thursday from the Washington state Auditor's Office finds that many of the state's school districts should spend more money in the classroom and less on overhead. KUOW's Ann Dornfeld reports.
Port Says New Sodo Stadium Bad For Business: Port and maritime industry officials told the Seattle City Council Thursday that marine cargo is an economic success story in Seattle right now, and they say a proposed new sports arena in Sodo threatens their business. KUOW's Amy Radil reports.
Will The Storm Move From Key To New Arena? A traffic study of a new Sodo sports arena assumes that Seattle's WNBA team, the Storm, would want to play there as well. The arena's lead investor, Chris Hansen, has said he wanted to bring new men's basketball and hockey teams to Seattle. Now it appears the Storm would also consider moving from Key Arena to Hansen's arena if it gets built.
Still Unequal Even With Same–Sex Marriage? A vote on legal same sex marriage in Washington is expected this November. But if it passes same sex couples who marry in Washington State may not be able to get divorced if they move to other states. That's because states that don't recognize same sex marriage often don't recognize same sex divorce.
Contract Dispute May Trash Garbage Pick–Up: A brewing labor dispute threatens to disrupt recycling, yard waste and garbage pick–up in the Puget Sound area. The clash is between Waste Management and some of its union workers, as KUOW's Liz Jones reports.
Peter Nicolas is a law professor at the University of Washington and the author of "The Geography of Love: Same–Sex Marriage & Relationship Recognition in America."
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