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Saturday, March 20, 2004

President of Southwest Missouri State U. Defends '95 Comments on Homosexuality as Opinion
The president of Southwest Missouri State University, in a 1995 letter to a donor, called homosexuality a "biological perversion" and reaffirmed his resistance to including sexual orientation in the university's nondiscrimination policy.


Proposal states civil union limits
Federal benefits aren't included
By Yvonne Abraham, Globe Staff, 3/19/2004
A proposed constitutional amendment backed by the Senate's top Democrat and top Republican would explicitly acknowledge the limits on benefits available to gay couples under civil unions.


Making a difference
‘Unlikely activists’ join the fight against proposed marriage legislation
By Stephen Singerman
Friday, March 19, 2004

When Lisa Flick attended a Senate Rules Committee meeting March 1, she had no idea her experiences later that day would become a rallying call for gay rights activism.


Student Sues School, City & Cops Over Bullying
by Newscenter Staff
Posted: March 20, 2004 4:36 p.m. ET
(Perry, Iowa) - The small bedroom community of Perry, not far from Des Moines, prides itself for its small town values and inclusiveness but that doesn't extend to gays according to a high school student who is suing for years of harassment and abuse.


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