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05/05/2006

KY activists to jockey for equality at Derby

by Jeremy Hooper

   To inaudibly voice objection to Gov. Ernie Fletcher's failure to veto funding to the University of Cumberlands after it was learned that the school booted a student for being gay, the impartiality seekers at the Kentucky Equality Association will hold a silent protest march outside of tomorrow's Derby Day Breakfast at the Governor's Mansion.

Few details are known about tomorrow's shindig, though we do have it on good word that the protesters will particularly watch the Governor to see if he gives his silver dollar pancakes to folks who don't like fruits.

Kentucky Equality Association to Lead Protest During the Kentucky Governor's Annual Derby Breakfast [KY Equality Association Release via eMediaWire]

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