October 27, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 43
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Section One

N.J. Supremes to Require Marriage Equality
"The name to be given to the statutory scheme that provides full rights and benefits to same-sex couples, whether marriage or some other term, is a matter left to the democratic process," noted the decision.

by Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, October 25, that the state has no rational reason to deny same-sex
State Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens interviews with the SGN

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

"Don't be turned off by what you see as defeats. ... You just have to have a vision that in the future we will have a better world," said Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens.

Washington State Supreme Court Justice Susan Owens has issued landmark rulings in favor of issues of more

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Gore in Seattle, Global Warming Warning
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN Contributing Writer

Al Gore was received with an uproarious standing ovation from nearly 5,000 fans and concerned citizens when he approached the stage of the Key Arena on Monday, October 23rd.

He said that this was one of the largest audiences he's ever shown his slide show to
Washington Supreme Court denies reconsideration in marriage equality case
by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Washington State Supreme Court on Wednesday, October 25th, denied a petition for reconsideration from the lawyers representing 19 plaintiff same-sex couples who sought the right to marry. The decision may represent the final word on the issue from a legal perspective for at le
Going ga-ga for Obama

by Chris Crain

SGN Contributing Writer

Run, Barack, run. That's the refrain echoing in some Democratic circle after first-term Illinois Sen. Barack Obama announced on "Meet the Press" this week that he is considering a run for the White House in 2008.

A party superstar ever since hi more

Interviewing our icon Dorothy Allison

by Madelyn Arnold
SGN Contributing Writer

As The Village Voice says: "Dorothy Allison writes better about fury and forgiveness and all... in between than any ... [other] contemporary writer..." Bent Writing Collective's October 14 production featured Allison as it's "Mentor" speaker. Tyra Hardy, who eng more

COMMENTARY - What will we do to ensure fair and honest elections in 2008?

by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

BBC Investigative Reporter Greg Palast has just released another book in which he continues to assert fraudulent voting took place in the United States during the presidential elections of 2000 and 2004 and explains what he thinks will happen in 2008. Palast spoke recently in Seattl more

Reichen Lehmkuhl, winner of CBS's Amazing Race, to hold benefit for LGBT and allied youth organiztion

Join Reichen Lehmkuhl and guests for a reception at The Broadway Grill (314 Broadway E., Seattle) on Thursday, Nov. 9th, at 9 PM to benefit the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network Washington State. Appetizers will be provided. A no host bar is available. Business-casual attire recommended. Donation requested. For more informatio more

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