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06/23/2011

Audio: Sen. Diaz will never concede church/state separation; here's Fred Dicker trying to get him to anyway:

by Jeremy Hooper

Noted NY political talker Fred Dicker ably presses noted NY gay rights opponent Sen. Ruben Diaz (D-Bronx) on the separation between his eye-opening church views and the state's civil laws:


SOURCE: Fred Dicker Live From The State Capitol: 6/22/11 [Talk 1300]

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*SEE ALSO: Steven Thrasher's fascinating piece on three generations of Diaz: Díaz Family Values [Village Voice]

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