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Houston Voice, June 10, 2005 - File 002. 2005-06-10. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 17, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2763/show/2739.

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Title Houston Voice, June 10, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 10, 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 IIMIWMil voice THIRTY YEARS OF NEWS FOR YOUR tIFE. AND YOUR STYLE CONN. LEADS: Most advances for gays in Connecticut. Page 3 www.houstonv ROASTING RAY: Ray Hill gets roasted. Page Latinos played key role in California marriage defeat Bill dies in close vote as its co- sponsor abstains By EARTHA MELZER After a close vote on a bill that would have legalized same-sex marriage in California, advocates on both sides of the issue are examining the role of Latino lawmakers and religion in dooming the measure. The Religious Freedom & Civil Marriage Protection Act, AB 19, was sponsored by Assembly member Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) and would have rewritten the marriage section of the California family code using gender neutral language and allowed licenses to be granted to same-sex couples. The bill also specified that no churches or religious organizations would be required to perform any marriage, and acknowledged that the First Amendment protects religious expression. The bill made it through committee and to a vote on the Assembly floor, where it failed to earn the 41 votes needed to pass, falling four votes short. There are 48 Democrats in the 80-member Assembly. Nine of them abstained or voted no on the s* \ The Religious Freedom & Civil Marriage Protection Act, which would have legalized same-sex marriage, failed to pass the California Assembly earlier this month. Bom-again Christian civil rights lawyer Afcerto Tonico (D-Newark) switched his position and supported the bill in the final vote. Assembly member Mervyn Dymaly (O-Compton) (inset) was a co-sponsor of (he bill but was not present for the final vote bill. All of the Republicans voted against the bill. Five of the nine Democrats who abstained or voted no were members of the Latino Caucus, prompting some observers to blame Latinos for the bill's failure. Eddie Gutierrez, communications director for Equality California, said that most Latino representatives supported the bill, which he said was in the interests of Please see CALIFORNIA on Page 7 local life Todd Amdor and Matt Stone are partners in life and in Pride. PAGE 8 The films of summer Crank down the cooler, warm up the DVD player and enjoy flicks with gay appeal. Page 12 JUNE 10, 2005 TG MURDER TRAIL* Defense hanges strategy. Page 5 Gov. Rick Perry uses the backdrop of a Fort Worth Christian school to put his signature to a bill that will advance the issue of same-sex marriage and civil unions to the statewide ballot in November. (Photo courtesy of the Associated Press) Gov. signs gay marriage ban at a Christian school Perry suggests gay war veterans returning from Iraq find another state in which to live if they are are opposed to Texas marriage laws By BINNIE FISHER In a move that reverberated throughout the country, Gov. Rick Perry chose an evangelical Christian school in Fort Worth as a backdrop for signing a measure that will ask Texas voters to decide in November whether to amend the state constitution to Please see PERRY on Page 4 dish Richard Dreyfuss plays a homo in 'Poseidon' remake and The L Word' gets expert direction PAGE 17
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