House and Senate Approve Antigay Amendment

Harding, Rick
November 1987
Advocate;11/14/87, Issue 486, p15
Reports on the approval of an antigay amendment to a gay law in the United States. Denial of money for any AIDS education information that promotes homosexual activity.


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