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Roundup: News From
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Roundup: News From
Around the Web

Daily Roundup: news and views from around the Web

Gay romance censored: A controversial best-selling gay romance novel has been yanked from bookstores in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. The author, Alekper Aliyev, says police have questioned him about the work, titled Artush and Zaur .

Remembering Spitzergate: This week marks the one-year anniversary of the shocking sex scandal that brought down Eliot Spitzer, the once seemingly invincible New York governor. Risque business: The head of Radio France apologized for exposing his tattoos and wearing a wrestler's mask for a charity appearance in an ACT UP calendar.

Anti-bullying proposal on the move in Oregon: Legislation to strengthen anti-bullying policies advanced to the Oregon house for a vote on Wednesday.

Same-sex marriage debate begins in Maryland: A state senate committee discussed same-sex marriage legislation on Wednesday.

Big payout: Las Vegas's oldest gay bar was slapped with a $50,000 fine and suspension of its slot machine license in order to settle a public-sex complaint.

New out official for Florida:Anthony Niedwiecki won his election in Oakland Park in the greater Fort Lauderdale area. He will become vice mayor in 2010 and mayor in 2011.

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