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Budget with several firsts

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Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta finally presented this year’s budget speech in which he proposed to raise and spend 1.5 trillion shillings over the next one year. For the first time this year’s budget exempted some taxes and was read a day before it is traditionally read. It was also the first time that the reading […]

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Road Awakening

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On a cool, drizzly mid-November evening about a decade ago, I turned onto the nearly deserted main drag of a somewhat gritty mill town called Escanaba on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. I was searching for a now-defunct gay bar called Club Xpress, but more significantly, I’d just reached the halfway point in a crazy quest I’d […]

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Gay “Cure”: There’s an App for That

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LGBT activists and allies are upset about the iPhone app just released by “ex-gay” group Exodus International. The app, according to Exodus’s website, is “designed to be a useful resource for men, women, parents, students, and ministry leaders,” and has received a 4+ rating from iPhone maker Apple, meaning it carries “no objectionable content.” However, […]

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Wealth Matters

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Banks have always found a way to help the rich, regardless of sexual orientation, manage their money, but more recently some savvy financial services companies have found ways to make client services fruitful for the rest of us too. By Jeremy Quittner For David Moore and his partner of 17 years, Harry Klein, buying a […]

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