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Colville, Wash.

Richard L. Keenum was sentenced on February 19 to 67 years in prison for the execution-style murders of gay couple Matthew Raynor and Russell Markvardsen last October.

Honolulu, Hawaii

A bill that would have legalized civil unions in the state died when it failed to move out of the house judiciary committee on February 20.

Sioux City, Iowa

The city council on February 23 rejected a proposal to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation in employment, accommodations and housing.

Malibu, Calif.

Officials at Pepperdine University on February 17 said they would not recognize a gay student organization because the group was not "supportive of the university's traditional Christian teachings regarding homosexuality."
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Title Annotation:The Advocate Report
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Mar 30, 2004
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