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Windy City Times 2001-04-04

Dr. LAURA GETS THE TV AXE

GAY BILL PASSES HOUSE LONG ROAD AHEAD IN STATE SENATE

GENDER VIOLENCE ACT WATERED DOWN

GRAY WINS ONLY 2 of 5 COURT RULINGS

Federal hate-crimes law back in Congress

STAGE DOOR JONNY

EAST MEETS WEST: CHANNEL 5's NESITA KWAN

IN A WORLD FIRST, DUTCH GAYS LEGALLY MARRY

STAGE-STRUCK

IMMIGRATION ACT NEARS DEADLINE

LESBIAN MAYOR FOR OAK PARK

EYE ON THE MEDIA

Internet Sites of the Week

QUOTELINES

ARTIST HOLLIS SIGLER DIES

Street Walkin' with Sukie

JOHN CALLAWAY TONIGHT

The Gamester

The Amen Corner

Miller's Glory Crossing

UNITED WAY NEAR SCOUTS VOTE

WHISPERS

What A Difference A Gay Makes

World News

Gay bill passes House long road ahead in State Senate

Miller's Glory Crossing

John Calloway tonight

The Gamester

The Amen Corner

Dr. Laura gets the TV axe

Stage door Jonny

East meets West: Channel 5's Nesita Kwan

Stage-Struck

Eye on the media

Internet sites of the week

Lesbian mayor for Oak Park

Don't just talk the talk, walk the walk

The grapevine

Artist Hollis Sigler dies

Whispers

United Way Near Scouts Vote

Gender violence act watered down

In a world first, Dutch Gays can legally marry - Gay foreigners can marry there too

Immigration Act nears deadline

United Way near scouts vote

Gray wins only 2 of 5 court rulings

Federal hate-crimes law back in Congress

Activists head to Springfield

World News

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