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Girdles for men, low-mercury fish for moms and gay marriage on trial.
March 3, 2006 4:13AM (UTC)
New York Times: Stretched to limit, women stall march to work.
Reuters: Japanese men squeeze into girdles.
San Francisco Chronicle: Trial begins for Presbyterian minister who officiated at gay weddings.
Los Angeles Times: "Safe Harbor" brand markets low-mercury fish, hopes pregnant women and nursing moms will bite.
Arizona Daily Star: Arizona House bars human egg sales, yet allows sperm sales to continue.
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