Title

Paul Madore of the Coalition to End Special Rights said he dosn't think an effor

Authors

Laura Conaway

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

8-7-1997

Pages

7

Abstract

Paul Madore of the Coalition to End Special Rights said he dosn't think an effort to place a citizens' veto of the state's new gay-rights law on the November ballot will succeed. The campaign needs 51,131 signatures by September 18. Gay activists David Garrity, Michael Rossetti and Paula Stockholm are circulating a pledge not to sign the people's veto, in an attempt to respond to anti-gay rhetoric by Madore and Michael Heath of the Christian Civic League of Maine.

Subjects

Homosexuality -- Law and legislation, Referendums (State)

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