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05/12/2005

Nebraska: 2 mo' votes would have done the trick

by Jeremy Hooper

   Nebraska: A ban against homo-gay discrimination in state government came just a couple of votes shy of legislative approval Wednesday. The measure received 23 votes in favor and only 12 against, but unfortunately it needed 25 "ayes" for advancement.

Tough break Cornhusker queers.

Proposal to ban gay discrimination falls two votes short [SiouxCityJournal.com]

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