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Houston Voice, May 27, 2005 - File 002. 2005-05-27. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1945/show/1921.

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Title Houston Voice, May 27, 2005
Contributor
  • Fisher, Binnie
  • Crain, Chris
Publisher Window Media
Date May 27, 2005
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript liMIWMil voice THIRTY YEARS OF NEWS FOR YOUR LIFE. AND YOUR STYLE. www.lioustoiivoice.com IN THE MAG: Pride Mag is on the stands. Page 3 ?BP* NO MERGER: Bogus release hurts AIDS agencies. Page 3 Senate deal advances Pryor nod HRC supports compromise that allows vote on anti-gay judge By EARTHA MELZER A Senate deal that averted a showdown over President Bush's blocked judicial nominees is drawing mixed reactions from gay groups who say it is likely to result in a lifetime appointment for a man who has been called the most anti-gay nominee in history: William H. Pryor Jr. For months senators have been arguing over the so-called "nuclear option," a proposed move to change the rules of the Senate to keep the Democratic minority from blocking judicial nominees through filibuster. With a Republican president and a GOP-controlled Senate, blocking a vote on judicial nominees through filibuster was the only tactic left to Democrats opposed to the judges Bush nominated to the federal bench. Democrats said that seven of the stalled nominees — Priscilla Owen, Pryor, Janice Rogers Brown, William G. Meyers, Henry Saad, Richard Griffen and David McKeague — represented unacceptable and extreme choices. The seven judges were slated for appointment to federal appeals courts, just one step below the U.S. Supreme Court. The Senate has approved all but 10 of Bush's 45 judicial nominees to those courts. Matt Foreman, executive director of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, called Owen, Brown and Pryor "extreme ideologues" likely to issue damaging decisions on separation of church and state, abortion rights, and equal rights for gays. Owen, a Texas Supreme Court Justice, had her nomination blocked by the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2002. She has been criticized by civil rights groups for taking campaign money from Enron and Halliburton and then ruling in their favor. She has also spoken publicly against the separation of church and state. The Senate voted 56-43 to confirm Owen on Wednesday. A group of 14 Republican and Democratic senators reached an agreement that will allow votes on three previously blocked federal court nominees, including William Pryor, who is opposed by gay rights groups. (Photo by Dave Martin/AP) Please see CONFIRMATION on Page 7 Hey Ms. DJ Lesbian DJ Tracy Young dishes on party drugs, dark music and being a celebrity Page 12 MAY 27, 2005 SCHOOL FRICTION: Anti-gay messages painted. Page 5 Attorney Jerry Simoneaux said if voters approve a ban on same-sex marriage and civil unions in November, he plans to file an injunction against it in federal court. (Photo by Dalton DeHart) Texas marriage war could be destined for the federal courts Attorney Jerry Simoneaux said he'll file an injunction if voters approve a ban on gay marriage By BINNIE FISHER Should voters in Texas approve a Nov. 5 ballot referendum that would ban same-sex marriage as well as civil unions in the state Constitution, attorney Jerry W. Simoneaux said he knows Please see VOTE on Page 4 local life In business and in life, Todd Partridge and Dan Luekens are partners PAGE 8 dish Well-wishers overloaded Kylie Minogue's Web site after her cancer surgery. PAGE 18 ^ r Tv j mr mm
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