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05/19/2011

Golden lays a goose egg: NY (R) Sen. seeks to void out-of-state gay marriages

by Jeremy Hooper

Sen-Golden-NYThis has less than zero chance of moving even a millimeter. It is nothing but crude and cruel animus for the New York couples who have married elsewhere. You should know that:

A Senate bill sponsored by Sen. Martin Golden, R-Brooklyn, would void same-sex marriage from other states and was quietly introduced today.

The bill does not have an Assembly sponsor or a bill memorandum attached.

Senate Bill Would Void Same-Sex Marriage From Other States [Capital Tonight]

No word if Sen. Golden's bill also forces us to burn our wedding albums for kindling and to sacrifice our gifted juicers to the gods of conservatism. But we'll keep you posted.

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