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02/16/2005

by Jeremy Hooper

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  • Virginia: More than 300 people who support the right to same-sex unions signed an advertisement in The News & Advance on Tuesday to let politicians know there are people who oppose efforts to limit marriage. [NewsAdvance.com]
  • Cleveland, GA: Westboro Baptist Church plans to picket White County High School March 7, on the basis of the school's proposed gay straight alliance. [AccessNorthGa.com]
  • Minneapolis, MN: Members of the University of Minnesota's 'Coalition for A Respectful U' met Monday to discuss recent racist and anti-gay incidents on campus. [mndaily.com]

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