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Volume 33
Issue 30

 
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Section One

Standing room only crowd says, 'Keep Pride on Capitol Hill'
Community speakers demand public vote Committee pledges second community feedback forum

by Matt Nagle - SGN Managing Editor and Robert Raketty SGN Staff Writer

[Editor's note: Last week the SGN ran this report on the front page, but it was not printed in its entirety. Following is the full story]

A standing room only crowd of about 75 p
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The 'brainiest' and 'funniest' Democratic member of the House of Representatives heads to Seattle
An interview with Congressman Barney Frank

American Voices with

Congressman Barney Frank

Wednesday, August 3, 7:30 p.m.

Benaroya Hall. Tickets are $15-$75: (206) 325-2993

Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) will be in Seattle on Wednesday, August 3, to help raise funds for Rep. Jim McDermott and for a s
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San Diego: Lesbian Councilwoman Toni Atkins to fill position of mayor until December
by Rex Wockner

SAN DIEGO - San Diego became the largest city in America with an openly Gay mayor July 25 when the remaining members of the City Council chose Lesbian Councilwoman Toni Atkins to fill the position until December.

Former Mayor Dick Murphy resigned July 15 amid a massive employee pension-funding debacle.

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Republicans seek to deny equal treatment for LGBT Oregonians
"[A] number of legislators...believe that it is the most extreme political maneuvering that they have ever seen in their tenure in the legislature to circumvent a public debate and vote," said Rebekah Kassell of Basic Rights Oregon.

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Republicans in the Oregon House of Representatives dealt a
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Seattle Pride Committee August meetings
o SPC Board of Directors Meeting - Sunday, August 7, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the at the Lifelong AIDS Alliance conference room, 1002 E. Seneca St.

o SPC General Community Meeting - Sunday, August 21, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the at the Lifelong AIDS Alliance conference room, 1002 E. Seneca St.

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AIDS Project LA raises $300,000
LOS ANGELES - AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) hosted its 20th Summer Party on the New York City Streets set of Paramount Studios and raised over $300,000. A Los Angeles institution, the Summer Party featured live musical performances by Ryan Cabrera, Shiloh, the L.A. Ramblers and Tommy the UK Cowboy. Pictured in front of the giant Ferris wheel spon more
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As Army misses annual recruiting goal, new data shows military could attract as many as 41,000 Gay recruits by lifting b
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The United States military could attract as many as 41,000 new recruits by lifting its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban on Gay personnel, new data released this week by Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) shows. The analysis of year 2000 census data, conducted by Gary J. Gates, senior research fellow at the Williams Project, U more
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Calif.: Proposed amendment would repeal and permanently ban domestic partner rights
SAN FRANCISCO - An unprecedented coalition of diverse organizations this week denounced a proposed constitutional amendment that would repeal the existing safety net for legally recognized domestic partners and permanently ban marriage protections for same-sex couples. The announcement comes in response to the California Attorney General's authoriz more
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