Congress returns with 3 gay bills on life-support

December 2007
Echo Magazine;12/13/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p20
The article discusses U.S. Congress' deliberations on bills related to GLBT civil rights. The article describes how Congress will be consumed by deliberations on bills related to taxes, the Iraq War, and wiretaps, and may not be able to address GLBT bills of the Matthew Shepard Hate Crime Act, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Also discussed is Congress' attempt to repeal the alternative minimum tax (AMT), which taxes middle class taxpayers.


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