Greenwich has been the destination for people on a quest for big Powerball jackpots and now the town is seeing a boom in interest for same-sex marriages.
California would officially end a requirement that a state agency research the causes and cures for homosexuality under a bill approved by the state Senate. The bill updating a 60-year-old law was sent back to the Assembly Monday for final action.
The law, passed in 1950, classifies gays as sexual deviants. It requires the Department of Mental Health to research the causes and potential cures for homosexuality.
The measure passed the Senate on 36-0 vote without debate.