Week 11's Gay News

Check in for excerpts from the cutting edge of this week's gay news.
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In a surprisingly unsurprising move, GOP lawmakers killed a Colorado civil union bill Thursday night. www.5newsonline.com

Grasping at any opportunity to postpone repealing the bill, anti-gay DADT supporters have scheduled an oversight hearing to take place Friday, April 01. www.edgenewyork.com.

Harvey Milk is laughing in his grave for a campaign led by notable LGBT activists to get his face on a stamp.  Milk screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and California assembly speaker John Perez are just two of the names to get you just as excited as Harvey Milk’s ghost. daily.gay.com

Target Co. is suing Canvass for a Cause, a San Diego LGBT activist group, Friday, alleging that its canvassing in outside of the San Diego county stores is driving customers away. www.edgelasvegas.com

House Speaker John Boehner and Westboro Baptist Church leader Fred Phelps are seen in this video laughing together at Washington olive garden.


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