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Iowa governor weighs fight on gay appointee

By Eric Ferkenhoff
Globe Correspondent / April 18, 2004

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CHICAGO -- Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa is exploring whether he can skirt a Senate panel's vote and install an openly gay lawyer to the state education board despite a narrow rejection of the appointment following a divisive two-day debate in the state capital. (Full Article: 742 Words)

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