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(Washington Post) — Fresh off their recent victory to legalize same-sex marriage, gay activists in the District are regrouping to try to remain a potent political force by proving they can still influence the outcome of city elections even as they gain more rights.

Following the D.C. Council’s votes on same-sex unions, advocates have been extracting promises from candidates to engage in civil disobedience if Congress overturns the same-sex marriage law and are pushing for additional services for transgender residents, increased funding for HIV prevention, and new anti-bullying and hate-crime laws.

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