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April 1, 2005

Volume 33,
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The verdict is in: All three assailants found guilty in attack on Micah Painter
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The three men accused of slashing 24-year-old Seattle resident Micah Painter with a broken Vodka bottle last summer were found guilty on Wednesday of malicious harassment and assault with a deadly weapon.

Prosecutors sought first degree assault convictions against the three men but failed to convince all of the jurors that first
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The Anderson-Murray Anti-Discrimination Bill - We’re at the final push
We’re close - very close — to finally enacting anti-discrimination legislation in Washington state. But we need you to help make it happen.

HB 1515, the Anti-Discrimination bill, will make it illegal to fire you from your job, deny you a bank loan, evict you from your apartment, or throw you out of a movie theater simply because you are L
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Tacoma bans all sex clubs - City becomes first in the state, third in the nation to ban sex clubs
picture main page Mayor Bill Baarsma - story page - Deputy Mayor Connie Ladenburg

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer



The City of Tacoma Council voted unanimously to ban all “sexual encounter establishments,” such as bathhouses and sex clubs, on Tuesday, March 29. The city is the first in the state of Washington to pa
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Time again for LaFemme Grotesque Contest
The Knights of Malta-Jet Chapter will host “The LaFemme Grotesque Contest 2005” this year on Saturday, April 9. Said to be the second oldest title in Seattle’s GLBT community, LaFemme Grotesque is always a lot of fun and a great charity fundraiser. This year’s contest will be held at the Chez Pousse Cafe (a.k.a. Freehold Theatre) at 1525 10th Ave. more
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GSBA Business and Humanitarian Awards honor the best in our community
picture Ron Sims, picture story page Beth Reis

The GSBA held its annual Business and Humanitarian Awards Dinner this month and as in past years, the event was a raging success with over 350 of Seattle’s GLBT business and political leaders in attendance.

“It was truly spectacular,” said GSBA Executive Director Louise Cherni
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Gov. Gregoire appoints Jerry Hebert to State Human Rights Commission
Governor Gregoire appointed Jerry Hebert, current president of the Kitsap Human Rights Network, to the Human Rights Commission on March 10, 2005.

Mr. Hebert has a long history of civil and human rights activism including having served the GLBT community as the Washington State Coordinator of the Human Rights Campaign and several HIV/AIDS b
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Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle announces launch of Bashert: The LGBT Initiative - Panel discussion “Contracts and
picture main page - Rabbi Will Berkovitz, story page Rabbi Rachel Nussbaum.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is very proud to announce the launch of Bashert: The LGBT Initiative. Bashert seeks to create a fully welcoming and inclusive Jewish community for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Jews in Greater Seattle. This ini
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To the Board of Reviews, the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle, and to the City of Seattle:
My name is Harrie (Altman) Lee and on the circuit, I want to be known only by my stage name as Harrie Lee. I have been involved with the court system since Larry and Cleve’s step down at Jack McGovern’s.

Since then I have been involved with both the Imperial Court of Seattle and the United Ebony Council of Washington.

I joined Th
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