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Friday, March 19, 2004

Legislation Blocking Gay Marriage Struck Down in Maryland House
Major Victory for Gay Rights Advocates
Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Still Viewed as Uphill Battle
By Nia Davis
The Maryland House Judiciary Committee recently voted down two anti-gay legislative provisions that would have criminalized gay marriages throughout the state of Maryland, but gay rights advocates still predict the legalization of same-sex marriage will be an uphill battle.


Gay couples come from across the country for marriage licenses


Supervisors urge The Chronicle to keep gay journalists on story
Suzanne Herel, Chronicle Staff Writer Friday, March 19, 2004
Two San Francisco supervisors, joined by other gay leaders, on Thursday called on The Chronicle to reverse a decision to pull two lesbian journalists off coverage of the same-sex marriage issue after the newspaper's editor concluded their recent marriage to each other created the appearance of a conflict of interest.


Saudis Block Gay Sites
by Newscenter Staff
Posted: March 19, 2004 5:01 p.m. ET
(London)-  The Saudi government for the second time in less than a year is blocking LGBT news and information internet sites.  Among those sites which gay Saudis are not allowed to see are and


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