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Capitol Hill is nearing rock bottom, plagued by public drug use and drug dealing, a problematic park, a dearth of social services, a short-staffed police precinct, and a mayor who apparently couldn't care less.
Community leaders, gay and straight, are calling on gay men to act responsibly. Meanwhile, Gay City's leader refuses to sign a community health manifesto--and continues to defend the indefensible "Murder."