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Section One - ALL STORIES

Marriage Equality plaintiffs; youth activist win ACLU awards at dinner
ACLU Bill of Rights Celebration Dinner to feature comic strip artist

Nineteen Lesbian and Gay couples who are seeking legal recognition of their right to marry have been named recipients of the ACLU-WA's 2005 Civil Libertarian Award. Tristan Bullington, a student at Washington State University, is the recipient of the Youth Activist Award.

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Supreme Court: President Bush's nominates Alito to nation's highest court
'Alito's not the anti-Gay firebrand jurist that Scalia is...'

By Lisa Keen - SGN Contributing Writer

The early buzz on President Bush's third Supreme Court nominee signaled trouble: His nickname was "Scalito"- suggesting to some that he had a judicial bent similar to that of the high court's most anti-Gay member, Justice Ant
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State Supreme Court recognizes rights of non-biological Lesbian mother
Early childhood caretaking; parental responsibilities critical to the definition of 'parent,' says court

The Washington Supreme Court today issued a decision protecting the rights of children and their parents in "non-traditional" families. In In Re Parentage of L.B., the Court recognized the legal right of non-biological parents, includi
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Methodist Church defrocks Lesbian minister
By Neill Caldwell - United Methodist News Service

HOUSTON - The United Methodist Judicial Council has reversed an appeals court ruling in the case of a Lesbian pastor, restoring the original trial court ruling and verdict that had resulted in the minister losing her clergy credentials.

The Rev. Irene Elizabeth "Beth"
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Campaign to End AIDS arrives in D.C. today
Two-week caravan of six to participate in four days of action to demand increased funding for AIDS treatment and prevention

Seattle residents Mitch Bernal and Eric Bray with Tacoma residents Dani Nyman and Bob Lundford stepped out of the fall Seattle sun Sat., Oct. 22, and into vehicles for a two-week trip across America, the Northern Tier
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Political ally to the LGBT community up for reelection on Tuesday
The SGN interviews Seattle City Councilmember Jan Drago

By Robert Raketty - SGN Staff Writer

Seattle City Councilmember Jan Drago will face Casey Corr, a former aid to Mayor Greg Nickels in the Tuesday, November 8, elections. First elected to the City Council in 1993, Drago is hoping to hold onto her seat.

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Unanimous ruling by Alaska Supreme Court says it is unconstitutional to deny equal benefits to Gay state employees
ANCHORAGE - In a unanimous decision today, the Alaska Supreme Court ruled that it is unconstitutional for the state to continue to deny Lesbian and Gay state employees and retirees access to equal benefits for their domestic partners. The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Alaska, which brought the challenge, cheered the decision as an more
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Sims for King County Executive
By Geroge Bakan - SGN Publisher

Ron Sims has received SEAMEC's highest rating and endorsement, as well as the endorsement of Equal Rights Washington.

For over 20 years, Ron Sims has championed issues important to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community. The determination to win equality and justice for all human be
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Equal Rights Washington focuses on issues of LGBT
By Brie Gyncild

Equal Rights Washington focuses on issues of LGBT equality in Washington State, but we do our work against a national backdrop, especially on the issue of marriage equality. As we await our state Supreme Court decision, it's important to recognize the progress we've made as a community across the country and around the worl
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Equal Rights Washington announces 2005 election endorsements
Equal Rights Washington is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2005 general election. We are endorsing 9 candidates and recommending no votes on two initiatives.

These candidates have proven themselves friends of the LGBT community. The initiatives have ramifications for LGBT Washingtonians, and we urge you to vote 'no' on them.
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Part V: Slashed
The razor sharp thorns from the petrified "Bush" are cutting the social programs and help agencies throughout the U.S. of A. Texas and Florida no longer bear the fruits of the social and help programs that are a harvest for the poor and needy during their hardships and trials during poverty.

A man who wants to remain anonymous due to fear
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Pride Foundation awards $146,000 in grants to organizations working to strengthen the LGBT community in the Northwest
The Pride Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2005 Fall granting. $146,000 was awarded to 39 nonprofit organizations working to strengthen and improve lives in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. "We are thrilled and delighted to support the work of these great organizations," said Audrey Haberman, executive d more
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Let Rosa Parks be an inspiration to us all
'We are our brothers and sisters keepers, all of us.'

By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN Staff Writer

When I was younger, and living on what I now think of as 'the front lines' of racism and homophobia - that being Houston, Texas - Rosa Parks, Angela Davis and Martin Luther King were my role models. And having grown up with thos
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State Stonewall Democrats to elect their board next week
The Washington State Stonewall Democrats (formerly known as the Harvey Muggy Stonewall Democrats) will be holding their Quarterly caucus meeting at the Washington State Democratic Central Committee Meeting in Ocean Shores on Friday, November 11th, from 7- 9pm, in the Pacific Room of the Shilo Inn, Ocean Shores. The evening's agenda includes voting more
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