Under surveillance

July 1995
Advocate;7/11/95, Issue 685, p14
Reports on developments concerning gays and lesbians as of July 11, 1995. Canadian federal justice minister Allan Rock's pledge to introduce domestic-partnership legislation; Seattle, Washington reporter William Humphrey's ballot initiative that would prevent state agencies from placing children in custody of right-wing fundamentalist Christians; School-board elections in Des Moines, Iowa in September 1995.


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