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Friday, March 19, 2004

Gay marriage ban still not up for vote
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 03/19/04
Republicans made an unsuccessful attempt Friday to schedule a second House vote on a proposed gay marriage ban in Georgia.


Durham, N.C., Official Wants YMCA to Give Discount to Same-Sex Couples
By Ben Evans, The Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Mar. 19 -
Durham City Councilwoman Diane Catotti asked her colleagues Thursday to use the city's annual funding for the local YMCA as leverage to get the organization to offer a family discount to same-sex couples just as it does for married couples.


Governor says gay marriage case schedule to be expedited
By WILLIAM McCALL  / Associated Press
Gov. Ted Kulongoski said Friday that both sides in the dispute over gay marriage have reached agreement to speed the case to the Oregon Supreme Court, with a lower court ruling possibly expected before the end of April


Oregon Refuses To Certify Gay Marriages
by Newscenter Staff
Posted: March 19, 2004 8:02 p.m. ET
(Portland, Oregon)  Marriage certificates of same-sex couples are being put in a drawer by Oregon officials until a court decision is made on their validity. The state is accepting the certificates but will not certify them, leaving 2,000 gay and lesbian couples in legal limbo.


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