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12/02/2010

Daley, not weakly: Chicago mayor excited for Christmas, New Years, equality's inevitability

by Jeremy Hooper

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Good on Chicago Mayor Richard Daley:

After a historic vote legalizing civil unions this week, Mayor Daley on Thursday welcomed the Illinois General Assembly into “this new century” and urged lawmakers to “move faster” — and legalize gay marriage.

“Finally, they realized they should have the same rights under state law. But eventually, [gay] marriage will take place. It has to. . . . We have to move faster,” the mayor said.

Daley wants state to 'move faster' on gay marriage [Chicago Sun-Times]
(H/t: Towle)

Hmm. If only we could think of another prominent Chicagoan who could help facilitate America's marriage progress. Hmm. We're simply stumped. Can anyone think of one?

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