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02/18/2005

by Jeremy Hooper

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  • Indiana: Three gay couples who challenged Indiana's ban on same-sex marriage will not seek a Supreme Court review of a Court of Appeals ruling which upheld the law. [IndyStar.com]
  • Chicago, IL: After being criticized by gay and lesbian groups, the president of the American Medical Association said Thursday his views were misrepresented in a newspaper article that quotes him defending a Roman Catholic-affiliated medical school's decision to ban a gay student group. [AP via Yahoo! News]
  • Phoenix, AZ: The Arizona House gave preliminary approval yesterday to a proposal urging Congress to pass a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage. [AP via Tucson Citizen]

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