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07/06/2010

Video: So near Lady Liberty, so far from her full promise

by Jeremy Hooper

The fact that we don't perform marriages on an equal basis here in the Empire State is nothing short of an embarrassment. But when it comes to our national political figures' public support for equality, it can sometimes feel like an embarrassment of riches.

Both of the state's U.S. Senators are on record for full marriage access. Here's one of them speaking to the Freedom to Marry organization:

Three of NY's sitting members of Congress have also joined this same "Political Voices For Equality" initiative:



And then there's a young lawyer who hopes to unseat one of the above (Maloney):

All highlighting the ridiculousness that we're still fighting for this here in NY. All highlighting the ridiculousness that we're still fighting for this anywhere!

Political Voices For Equality [Freedom To Marry]

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