Too little, too late?

Rotello, Gabriel
June 1997
Advocate;06/24/97, Issue 736, p128
Focuses on a constitutional amendment that bans same-sex marriage in Hawaii. Hawaiians that are in favor on the amendment; Reactions of local Hawaiian activists on the amendment; Author's view about the amendment.


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