LDP moves toward giving LGBTQ bill OK after concessions to conservatives

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LDP moves toward giving LGBTQ bill OK after concessions to conservatives
The LDP’s current proposal — a watered-down version of an initial cross-party bill — will now be presented to Komeito, the junior partner of the …
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