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  1. Log Cabin Republicans Vote to Withhold Endorsement from President Bush
    9/8/2004 - 100% relevant
    Log Cabin Republicans are withholding their endorsement from President Bush for 2004.

  2. NY Governor and Assembly Speaker Announce Agreement on Historic Hate Crimes Legislation
    6/23/2000 - 76% relevant
    Governor George E. Pataki [R-NY] and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver [D] announced the passage of historic hate crimes legislation designed to appropriately punish those who commit hate crimes in New York.

  3. McCollum and Republican Members Urge Speaker to Vote on Hate Crimes Legislation
    9/12/2000 - 65% relevant
    Republicans urged the Speaker to vote on the Senate-added Hate Crimes language in S. 2549, the Department of Defense Authorization bill.

  4. Hate Crimes Prevention Act May Come to a Vote Today
    6/30/1999 - 63% relevant
    The Hate Crimes Prevention Act is being offered as an amendment to the Commerce, Justice, State and Judiciary Appropriations bill in the United States Senate, and may come to a vote as early as today.

  5. Log Cabin Republicans Applaud Senate for Passage of Hate Crimes Legislation
    6/15/2004 - 55% relevant
    The US Senate passes the Local Law Enforcement Enhancement Act (LLEEA), more commonly known as hate crimes legislation.

  6. Log Cabin Disappointed with Senate Democrats on Hate Crimes Maneuvers
    6/11/2002 - 53% relevant
    Log Cabin applauds Senate debate on bill to enhance the federal role in fighting hate crimes.

  7. GOP Senate Passes Hate Crimes Measure in Bi-Partisan Vote
    6/20/2000 - 53% relevant
    The U.S. Senate approved a measure on hate crimes by a 57-42 bi-partisan margin, sending an important symbolic message to the country on hate violence.

  8. GOP Governor Applauds Passage of Hate Crimes Measure
    6/7/2000 - 53% relevant
    Governor George Pataki (R-NY) released a statement today praising the Republican-controlled New York State Senate for its overwhelming passage of his hate crimes proposal today.

  9. Senate Passes Hate-Crime Bill
    7/23/1999 - 53% relevant
    Without debate or even public mention of what it was doing, the Senate used a voice vote late Thursday to approve legislation adding sexual orientation, gender and disability to the categories of people protected under federal hate-crime law.

  10. Log Cabin Republicans Applauds passage by Senate of Hate Crimes Prevention Legislation
    10/25/2009 - 50% relevant
    Log Cabin thanks Republicans who voted for the Hate Crimes-inclusive DOD bill.

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