poetics, time, body disruption and marginally queer solutions

Saturday, March 13, 2004

Escalating fight rivets, divides nation
Both sides claim the advantage as watershed issue engulfs politics and personalities


Faces of the fallen
Sunday, March 14, 2004
The Iraq War won't quit. Since Baghdad's fall, there are no battle lines. Fighting takes on a new lethal form in ambushes, bombings or plane crashes. Injury and death come almost daily.


Young evangelicals and gay issues


Stay by SJC called unlikely
By Kathleen Burge and Frank Phillips, Globe Staff, 3/13/2004
Legal specialists said yesterday that Governor Mitt Romney would probably not succeed in persuading the Supreme Judicial Court to stay its historic decision legalizing gay marriage.
Romney confirmed yesterday that he was considering asking for a stay as the Legislature and voters consider a proposed November 2006 ballot initiative that would overturn the SJC's ruling. The SJC ruling calls on the state to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on May 17. The Globe reported the strategy Friday.


Clergymen, churchgoers protest gay marriage

Mayor Nickels is singled out by about 60 demonstrators


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