Sen. Pete Campos, D-Las Vegas, has changed his mind on domestic partnerships.
On Tuesday, he voted against a bill that would extend some of the same rights of married couples to unmarried gay and straight couples. The bill failed 25-17, with 10 Democrats joining Republicans in opposition.
Opponents called domestic partnerships “marriage in disguise.”
In recent days, Campos was mum with the media on how he would vote on the bill. But on Thursday, he issued a statement saying he had changed his position.