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Opponents of Pierce County's partnership ordinance fail
Bigots lack required signatures for ballot measure to repeal law

by Josh Freides - Courtesy of Equal Rights Washington

On Wednesday, April 23, a small group of ultra-conservative activists seeking to repeal Pierce County's Domestic Partnership Ordinance failed to turn in the 25,361 valid signatures necessary to qualify the measure for the November 2008 b
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Uruguay holds first same-sex marriage in Latin America
Courtesy of - Agence France-Presse

Uruguay became the first nation in Latin America to marry a Gay couple last Thursday, after a law allowing couples living together to formalize their union went into effect at the start of the year.

Judge Estrella Perez officiated the civil union between Adrian Figuera, 38, and ac
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GLBT issues may have cost Obama Pennsylvania
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

Maybe it was Senator Barack Obama's refusal to do an interview with the Philadelphia Gay News; maybe it was Senator Hillary Clinton's well-organized LGBT support in and out of Pennsylvania, but in Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, Clinton stayed competitive in a part of Philadelphia in which the O
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"It's a cut in your soul..."
LGBT immigrants speak out

Courtesy of Allyship - Special to the SGN

On Thursday, May 1, Comite pro Amnistia will hold its ninth annual Immigrant Rights March and Rally, beginning at Judkins Park, 2150 S Norman St, at 4:00 p.m. and concluding at Seattle Center.

The following interview is part of a
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Day of Silence held at Mount Si High School
A press conference will be held at the Snoqualmie Library (7824 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie, WA) on Friday, April 25, at 11 a.m. to address misconceptions being perpetuated regarding the annual Day of Silence, which seeks to bring attention to anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools. < more
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International News
International News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Eurovision attendees fear anti-Gay attacks
Far-right groups in Serbia reportedly have threatened to harm the throngs of Gay people who typically travel to attend the campy Eurovision Song Contest.

The 53rd extravaganza will be in Belgrade this year because Serbian singer Marija Serifovic won last
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Northwest News
Northwest News
EMERALD CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE 2008 SOFTBALL SEASON
Open Division games will be played primarily at the North SeaTac fields again this year, S. 128th St. & 20th Ave. S., and the Women's Division games will be played at the Lower Woodland Complex, Aurora Ave. N. & N. 59th St. For complete details about the league, including game times and field locations, see the league we
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National News
National News
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

Foreman leaves Task Force
National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Executive Director Matt Foreman quit his job April 15 and moved to San Francisco to head up the Gay & Lesbian Rights Program at the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund.

The fund provides more grant support to GLBT organizations than any
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Seattle's Gay Choruses raise more than $525,000
by Tim Peter - Special to the SGN

Flying House Productions, also known as Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus, held its 12th annual fundraising gala Saturday, April 19, at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle.

Scott Walden, Special Events Manager for Flying House, told the SGN
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The systematic fleecing of America
by Dennis Cavalier - Special to the SGN

By now, everyone has heard about the sub-prime lending fiasco. Those banks and other lenders who cut corners to extend credit for high-risk home loans are now reaping what they have sown. The front page of every newspaper in the country has had at least one headline about it. What we ar
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Pope Benedict XVI: Waving away Gay people
by Lisa Neff - Courtesy of 365Gay.com

The pope came to America last week&.

And waved at some Gay people.

Sound like the first line of a joke?

But it's true, and the Gay people he waved toward were pleased, though not totally pacified.

The members of Dignity Washin
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