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02/04/2005

by Jeremy Hooper


  • Gay-Friendly City Council Speaker Gifford Miller is expected to say for the first time Friday that he intends to run for mayor of NYC. [NY1]
  • Va. House Panel Advances Gay Marriage Ban. [WLJA-TV]
  • South Dakota Gay Marriage Amendment Passes House. [365Gay.com]
  • RainbowWeddingNetwork.com will host the Same Love, Same Rights Gay and Lesbian Wedding Expo, February 20 in Atlanta. [RainbowWeddingNetwork.com]
  • Survey Shows Gay-Specific Marketing Practices May Influence Brand Loyalty and Purchase Decisions of Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals. [PRWeb via Yahoo Finance]

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