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May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p17
Reports on the events concerning homosexuals occurring in the United States. Includes rejection of the measure that would forbid mention of homosexuality in bus placards in Alaska; Hearing of oral arguments challenging Louisiana's sodomy law by the state supreme court; Approval of a bill allowing results of HIV antibody tests conducted on newborns in New York.


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