The American Bar Association reports on legal expert reactions to a Virginia law, enacted July 1, which voided gay civil unions — and, some say, most other legal contracts signed between gay partners.

The ABA points out serious problems caused by the vague wording of the law. The ABA takes no position on gay marriage or civil unions, but opposes efforts to pre-empt the states from defining marriage.

Thanks to Michael Hamar for the heads-up.

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