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  • Mar 24-30, 2005
  • Vol. 1, No. 839

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  • Gay in Memphis
  • Gay in Memphis

    Whether they're safely in the closet or out and proud, gays are dealing with issues that have brought their sexuality into the national spotlight.
  • CITY BEAT

    Former son-in-law blew the whistle on late Chancellor Floyd Peete Jr.
  • Cases Closed

    The Tennessee Supreme Court withdrew guidelines earlier this month that allowed people to view civil court case records. Open-records advocates said the court bowed to lobbying pressure.

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  • Family Feud

    Former son-in-law blew the whistle on late Chancellor Floyd Peete Jr.
  • Malpractice

    Dr. Frist and Mr. DeLay perform surgery on the Constitution.

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