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Roundup: New Mexico, Dennis Hopper, Reggae

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Last stand: New Mexico governor Bill Richardson vowed to get domestic-partnership legislation passed during his last year in office.

In defense of homophobia: A group of Jamaicans in Miami have launched a petition asking that controversial reggae artists Beenie Man and Buju Banton (pictured) be allowed to perform in the city on October 31.

Deadly tsunami strikes Samoa: At least 111 people were killed on Tuesday when an earthquake-triggered tsunami struck the Samoan islands.

Dennis Hopper hospitalized: The Oscar-nominated actor, currently starring in the Starz television series Crash, was rushed to a New York hospital on Wednesday afternoon with flu-like symptoms.

Urvashi Vaid:
The veteran gay activist, who will be among the speakers at the National Equality March, talks in an interview with Charlotte Robinson.

German minister slurs new gay leader:
A minister from the Social Democrats objected to the likely appointment of Guido Westerwelle, who is openly gay, as the nation's new foreign minister.

Abortion restriction fails:
Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee defeated an attempt by conservatives to make rules on abortion coverage more strict in the health care reform bill.

City Boy:
Writer Edmund White recounts his experience at the Stonewall uprising and other adventures in his new memoir.

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