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Tuesday, April 06, 2004

Robinson meets with N.H. church that opposes him
Openly gay Episcopal bishop V. Gene Robinson will offer a church that opposes his leadership a list of "very conservative" bishops he would accept as visitors to the diocese.Robinson, who met with lay leaders and parishioners at the Church of the Redeemer on Monday night, said he'll take the next two weeks to draw up the list. Visiting bishops would be invited to preside over confirmations and provide other pastoral care, but they must accept Robinson's leadership of the diocese. Leaders at Redeemer would have a say in which bishop is chosen.


Microscope Put To Gay Health
by Newscenter Staff
Posted: April 6, 2004 2:14 p.m. ET
(Kansas City, Missouri) A sweeping health survey of Kansas City's LGBT community offers a unique glimpse at the state of gay health across the country, and the result is not good.


APS to propose same-sex benefits

Albuquerque Public Schools will pursue plans to offer benefits to same-sex domestic partners of employees. The district’s policy committee voted 2-1 Tuesday morning to direct APS administrators to change policies which currently only provide benefits to married spouses.


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