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posted Friday, October 17 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 42


Federal judge hears marriage equality case in Wyoming
CASPER, WYOMING - On Thursday, October 17, U.S. District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl of the District of Wyoming heard arguments in the challenge to the State of Wyoming's refusal to permit same-sex couples to marry and to respect the legal marriages of same-sex couples who married in other states. Judge Skavdahl said that he will issue his ruling by 5:00 p.m., Monday, October 20th more
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Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area MedicalĀ® sponsors state's largest FREE health services event at Seattle Center's KeyArena October 23-26
SEATTLE - Over 60 health, human service and civic organizations have combined forces to produce the largest free health services event ever in the State of Washington. Seattle/King County Clinic with Remote Area MedicalĀ®, October 23-26, in KeyArena at Seattle Center, offers a broad range of medical, dental, mental health, and vision care, wit more
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Despite recent shooting on Capitol Hill, progress being made
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Despite the recent shooting on Capitol Hill, SPD reports success in crime reduction in the neighborhood and worked with officers as far away as Los Angeles, California to arrest a group of teens that committed crimes here and then fled, in a stolen car, to California. In other words, Arrest
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Orgullo Latin@ LGBTQ Pride Festival a tremendous success
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Social Outreach Seattle's first-ever Orgullo Latin@ LGBTQ Pride Festival was a tremendous success. The inaugural event, produced for SOSea by Peruvian recording artist Jack Mozie, also a founding member of SOSea, and a coalition of organizers named Raza Y Orgullo (R.Y.O.) was held Octob
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SML Elects Leather Daddy 2015
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Senior Services offers a one-day training on October 24: 'Improving Aging Services for LGBTQ Elders'
Senior Services is offering a one-day training session, 'Improving Aging Services for LGBTQ Elders,' based on the curriculum set by the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging (NRC). The training will be held on Friday, October 24. The training is targeted toward social/community workers or others involved in social outreach and networking person w more
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No marriage for you! North Carolina magistrate says Governor vows to uphold equality
by Mike Andrew SGN Staff Writer A magistrate in Pasquotank County, North Carolina has refused to marry a local Gay couple, The Pilot Newspaper reports.

At the same time, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has promised to uphold a federal court ruling that Gay and Lesbian couples have a right to marry in the state.
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Murray and Cantwell urge Obama to appoint LGBT Rights envoy
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Washington's two U.S. Senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, have joined 22 other Senators in a letter to President Obama, urging him to appoint a Special Envoy for LGBT Human Rights within the State Department.

The effort was organized by Senator Edward Markey (D-MA), who
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LGBT HISTORY MONTH: LGBT athletes: Making an impact, on and off the field
by Ross Forman - Windy City Times
Special to the SGN

Esera Tuaolo walked onto the fabled grass at Wisconsin's Lambeau Field September 14 to sing the national anthem before the Green Bay Packers' home opener against the New York Jets. He wore a green Packers jersey with No. 98 on it and admittedly was both excited and n
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Houston plays hardball with anti-Gay pastors President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Attorneys for the City of Houston have subpoenaed copies of sermons delivered by anti-Gay pastors to determine if they violated federal tax laws by taking a position in the ongoing controversy over the city's new LGBT rights ordinances.

The subpoenas demanded 'all speeches, pr
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HealthFest offers health and wellness options for individuals and their families
The first ever HealthFest at Seattle Center offers a broad range of free information and services for individuals and their families to help them achieve healthier lives, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, October 25-26, in Seattle Center Armory.

The two-day resource fair welcomes the whole community to connect with local hea
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Pope still Catholic: Vatican walks back nice words about Gays
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

Only one day after a special meeting of Catholic bishops released a statement urging the church to be more conciliatory to LGBT Catholics, the Vatican walked it back, reminding the faithful that the statement was only a 'working document.'

In an October 14 statement, the Vatic
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Irish marriage referendum: polls predict likely landslide
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

New polls suggest that when the Irish vote on new marriage laws next year, equality will win in a landslide.

The referendum on a proposed constitutional amendment to legalize same-sex marriage is scheduled for an as-yet-undetermined day in May 2015. Putting the amendment on the
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