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Company: Basic Rights Oregon
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Brand: No on 9 Campaign-Oregon
Ad Title: Teacher - Barbara Culpepper
Business Category: Regional/Local Politics
Media Outlets: Television
Country: United States
Region: North America, US Regional
Agency: Laguens Hamburger Stone
Year: 2000
Target: Mainstream
Ad Spotter: Matt Erickson
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A teacher, Barbara Culpepper, of Woodrow Wilson High School, addresses the camera: "I've been teaching in Oregon schools for 20 years. I've seen many things. But I've never seen anyone promote homosexuality -- it doesn't happen. What we do promote are Oregon values, like tolerance and respect for everybody. And we teach AIDS prevention so kids stay healthy. But Measure 9 would prohibit AIDS education and take decisions about teaching away from parents, teachers and schools. Measure 9 is dangerous to children and wrong for schools. Please vote no on 9."

The anti-gay Oregon Citizens Alliance measure is the fourth effort since 1992, a repeat visitation of a similar earlier measure of the same name, as the group has repeatedly sought just the right language to win a victory against gay civil rights.

The measure failed, as it has each time in the past, by a narrow margin.

The OCA scored its first big victory in 1988 when it won voter approval for a measure repealing the governor's executive order granting gays and lesbians protections from employment discrimination. The group then followed with Measure 9 in 1992 and 1994's Measure 13, both which would have banned the government from using public dollars to "promote or sanction homosexuality."

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