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Thousands of gay rights activists and LGBT families rallied in Rome Saturday in protest at the watering down of Italy's civil union's bill, which no longer envisages adoption rights for homosexual couples.If the bill passes scrutiny in the lower house and becomes law -- expected within the next two months -- adoption will not be ruled out entirely, but couples will have to go to court where judges will decide on a case by case basis.Protesters are hoping to force a change to the draft law before it is ratified -- or at least open a debate on rights that could eventually lead to an adoption bill.
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