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Sunday, March 21, 2004

D.C. GOP’ers split on marriage
Schwartz booed at rally; Catania renounces Bush
By LOU CHIBBARO JR.
Republican D.C. Council members Carol Schwartz, a longtime ally of the gay community, and David Catania, a gay activist, received very different greetings at a recent rally for same-sex marriage.


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D.A.: Marriage would be crime
By Timothy Cwiek
PGN Contributing Writer
© 2004 Timothy Cwiek

Bruce L. Castor Jr., the outspoken district attorney in Montgomery County, recently warned Montgomery County Register of Wills Frances V. Pierce that she could face arrest and criminal prosecution if she issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple.



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Marriage ban backed in Del.
By Danielle Grote
PGN Staff Writer
© 2004 Philadelphia Gay News

Delaware Senate Minority Leader John Still (R-10th District) announced plans to introduce a state constitutional amendment banning marriage for lesbians and gays.



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PA Legislator Proposes to Bar gay Marriage, Benefits, Adoption


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HUMAN RIGHTS COALITION URGES COMPREHENSIVE NYC PENSIONFUND SUPPORT OF EQUALITY PRINCIPLES IN SHAREHOLDER ACTIONS EFFECTING LGBT EMPLOYEES NATIONWIDE



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Bush Administration Continues Its Rollback of Job Protections
Compiled by GayToday
Log Cabin Republicans
Washington, D.C.- The Bush administration must follow 30 years of clear precedent and continue protecting federal employees from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation says a gay and lesbian Republican group. In a letter dated March 18, 2004, Log Cabin Republicans called on Scott Bloch, Special Counsel, to stop the rollback of protections for federal employees.


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Bush’s special counsel tied to anti-gay groups

Bloch reviewing discrimination protections for federal workers

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