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THE SIGNING! Governor Gregoire signs Domestic Partnership Expansion bill into law
by Nick Ardizzone - 12 SGN Staff Writer

On Tuesday, Governor Gregoire signed House bill 3104, the Domestic Partnership Expansion bill, into law at a ceremony in Olympia. The bill expands the rights and responsibilities of domestic partners and grants some of the protections afforded to married couples.

"Lesbian and Gay families deserve equal rights - not m
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Archbishop Tutu to receive Human Rights Awards
The New York-based International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) announced today that it will present its 2008 OUTSPOKEN Award to Nobel Peace Prize recipient Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The award will be presented to the Archbishop as part of IGLHRC's "Celebration of Courage" human rights ceremony on Tuesday, April 8, 2008 at Grac more
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The Evergreen Statement
by Martin Martinez - Special to the SGN

In 2007 a deep rift divided the medical marijuana community in Washington concerning legislative revisions of the Medical Use of Marijuana Act of 1998. Marijuana patients and providers who favored an open market system found their hopes dashed as specific protections for medical marijuana
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Expanded Gay precinct analysis
by Lisa Keen - Keen News Service

Tallies now available from 39 precincts in heavily Gay neighborhoods around the country add more evidence to suggest that, among LGBT voters, Hillary Clinton is the favored candidate - by a margin of 52 to 48 percent - in the most tightly contested race in recent years for the Democratic presiden
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Radical Women founder honored on Women's Day
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

BREAD, ROSES AND REVOLUTION
THE SEDITIOUS LIFE AND IDEAS
OF CLARA FRASER
NEW FREEWAY HALL
MARCH 8


Clara Fraser, organizer, activist and feminist, said that she felt "nothing was too good for the working class," and the gourmet dinner ser
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International News
International News
SYDNEY MARDI GRAS BIGGEST EVER
Organizers said Sydney's 30th Gay Mardi Gras parade held March 1 was the biggest ever.

The 1-mile (1.6 km) spectacle attracted 10,000 participants, 150 floats and hundreds of thousands of spectators.

A contingent of 200 "78ers," people who marched in the first parade in 1978, drew raucous applause. That first pa
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Northwest News
Northwest News
"FOR A LOOK OR A TOUCH" AT MUSIC OF REMEMBRANCE'S FREE MARCH CONCERT
On Saturday, March 15, at 2:30 p.m., at the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park, 14th Ave. & E. Prospect St., Music of Remembrance presents "For A Look or a Touch," a Pulitzer Prize-nominated theatrical song cycle commemorating the love and tragic separation of two young, Gay German lovers dur
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National News
National News
CALIFORNIA SUPREMES HEAR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE CASE
California Supreme Court justices debated with lawyers for 3 hours and 38 minutes March 4 in the televised hearing in the state's consolidated same-sex marriage case. A ruling is due by early June.

Plaintiffs are the city of San Francisco, two Gay rights groups and 23 same-sex couples. They say state laws th
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The week in review
by Wayne Besen - SGN Contributing Writer

Spitzer sputters
Republicans, it seems, account for the majority of sleazy sex scandals, but the Democrats do the illicit affair with theatrical flair. Who will ever forget presidential hopeful Gary Hart on the yacht "Monkey Business" with Donna Rice sitting in his lap, or
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Political baseball
Political baseball by Jennifer Vanasco - SGN Contributing Writer

A presidential candidate is not a baseball team.

That may seem obvious.

After all, no one clamors to get tickets to see a presidential candidate, or wears their logos on their clothes, or tries to get them to sign stuff, or calls out sport
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