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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Gay marriage battle throws issue into ‘state of flux’
RACHEL BEEN/Daily Bruin Senior Staff
By Colleen Honigsberg
DAILY BRUIN REPORTER
chonigsberg@media.ucla.edu

As the legal, religious and political battles rage over gay marriage, the issues become more prevalent, the people more passionate and the future more ambiguous.



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Margaret Cho
by Bill Abdul
365Gay.com Entertainment
Searingly funny, and deeply introspective, Margaret Cho skewers herself as she tours North America. The recipient of GLAAD's first-ever Golden Gate Award. Cho was honored as "an entertainment pioneer who has made a significant difference in promoting equal rights for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity." This month she launched her own website
to battle for gay marriage. It's filled with resources, action plans, and news. Not bad for a straight girl. In fact it's one of the most complete sites on the subject anywhere. Love Is Love Is Love is as sheer joy to see. 



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Students Protest Blood Drive Screening
Associated Press
MONMOUTH, Ore. - Two student legislators at Western Oregon University have launched a drive to ban Red Cross blood drives on campus, claiming the donor screening process discriminates against gays.

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