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05/04/2011

United New Yorkers stand

by Jeremy Hooper

Jo-Ann Shain: Mary Jo and I have a very committed and loving relationship.

Mary Jo Kennedy: We’ve been together 29 years.

Jo-Ann Shain: And we’ve shared everything. Our home, our lives.

Mary Jo Kennedy: We get sick we take care of each other.

Jo-Ann Shain: We’re just in it for the long run and we have a deep commitment to each other. Well the wedding vows are so important, “in sickness and in health,” “til death do us part,” we’ve been living those vows for our entire relationship. At this point, we just want to say, “I do.”

New Yorkers United For Marriage

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