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Section One - ALL STORIES
Victory! - Domestic partnership legislation heads to governor's desk
Bill to extend certain rights to same-sex couples likely to become law

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

The Washington State House of Representatives voted 63-35 on Tuesday evening to adopt legislation that would extend certain rights and privileges to same-sex couples and senior citizens once reserved only for heterosexual married couples. The mea
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Equality Ride 2007 comes to Seattle
Participants visit Seattle Pacific University and Northwest University, city council issues Equality Ride proclamation

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

A bus load of 25 young adults arrived in Seattle on Monday to share their stories of religious and political oppression based on their sexual orientation or gen
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Sally Clark kicks-off re-election campaign for City Council
150 people hear Clark unveil campaign theme of "healthy, safe and affordable neighborhoods"

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Openly-Lesbian Seattle City Councilmember Sally Clark held her re-election campaign kick-off on Wednesday, April 11, at the FareStart Restaurant in downtown Seattle. FareStart trains home
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Shifts in federal funding priorities affect Multifaith Works program
Organization receives $47,000 in cuts for Shanti program

by Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Multifaith Works is dealing with a dilemma. Last year, they lost $10,000 in funding due to a shift in funding priorities for federal Ryan White dollars. This year, those cuts run even deeper.

"...[W]e have to
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Oregon Supreme Court justice to deliver keynote at GLBT Bar Association of Washington's Second Annual Banquet
The GLBT Bar Association of Washington ("QLAW") is pleased to announce that the Honorable Virginia L. Linder will give the keynote address at its Second Annual Banquet, to be held on Thursday, April 19, 2007 at the Grand Hyatt Seattle. On January 2, 2007 , Justice-Elect Linder will be sworn in as the 99th Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court more
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Togo, Seppala and Balto: Incredible true story of Arctic heroes almost forgotten
by Barbara Allen - SGN Contributing Writer The City of Nome is two degrees south of the Arctic Circle. In 1925, there was one doctor and a clinic with four nurses to serve the entire area, population around 10,000, including Inuits, Athabascans and European descended Caucasians. From November to July, the port was icebound. The only way more
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Iraq: Homophobic danger at every turn
Islamist death squads are systematically targeting Gay people for execution in Iraq

by Peter Tatchell - Special to the SGN

Hasan Sabeh was a happy, talented 34 year old Gay Transvestite fashion designer, also affectionately known as Tamara. He lived in the al-Mansor district of Baghdad. Two months ago, Hasan was
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Judge finds GSA is not a 'sex-based' club; doesn't conflict with abstinence-only education
OKEECHOBEE, FL - The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida today welcomed a district court decision ordering Okeechobee High School to officially recognize and allow equal access to the Okeechobee High School Gay Straight Alliance.

"This decision sends a clear message to other schools that they face a similar fate in federal c
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Second Annual Effecting Change Conference approaches
Organizers hope to build a better world through art, technology, skill sharing, and vision

The Second Annual Effecting Change: Tools for Our Generation Conference is being hosted by the Gay-Straight Alliance at Seattle University on April 27th through 29th, 2007.

The mission of the "Effecting Change" conference i
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Fat: The good, the bad and the ugly
Fat: The good, the bad and the ugly by Que Areste, N.D.- SGN Contributing Writer

Fats, proteins and carbohydrates are the three nutrients we need to live. We are made of fats, proteins and carbohydrates and minerals. Vitamins and minerals are the keys that turn on our metabolic engines. What we eat is what we are.
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What George Bush could learn about sportsmanship
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN Staff Writer

At the end of the April 1st episode of 'American Race', the older life partners, two charming Gay men, were eliminated from the race, because they came in last. But the way they handled their defeat, how courageously and honorably they struggled in the competition--even when they we
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2007 Volkswagen Eos 2.0T
by J.T. Hills - SGN Contributing Writer

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Retractable top is a sight to behold
Nimble and Fun to drive
Respectable fuel efficiency @ 23 mpg city and 31 hwy

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Stereo and A/C controls are awkward to find
Back seat is really only useful for small children
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Romantic emails surface in wake of police chief's resignation
Former Snohomish police chief sent romantic messages to male officer under his command

Gordon L. Wiborg, hired in December 2004, was placed on leave last December by the city of Snohomish for misusing city communication devices.

As a result of a public record request made by an Everett newspaper, The Herald,
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Transforming your old home into your dream home
It wasn't uncommon a few years ago to upgrade your home by simply visiting your local realtor to find out what bigger and better homes were available in the area.

It was a no-brainer. Sell your existing home, and move into a home with more amenities, features and upgrades. It was a good investment, and it wasn't unusual for p
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