March 2004
Gay & Lesbian Times;3/18/2004, Issue 847, p37
Reports that Log Cabin Republicans, a group of gay and lesbian Republicans will air a television advertisement opposing a Bush-backed constitutional amendment that would prohibit gays and lesbians from marrying in Washington D.C. Importance of federal policy to the issue; Decision of the judicial court; Rights of gays and lesbians to be married legally.


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