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06/15/2011

Video: New Yorkers. United. For Marriage Equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Conservative critics will accuse this video of being skewed and/or cherry-picked. As a local, I can tell you that this is precisely the New York I know:


[NY Daily News]

You ask a group of New Yorkers about bike lanes, and you'll get a gagillion and six opinions, many of them negative (love them, want more, personally). Poll on just about any matter in just about any NYC coffee shop, and you'll get fierce debate. But marriage equality? It's the no-brainer of the Bloomberg era -- about as controversial as leaning up Central Park, avoiding a crosstown bus on parade days, or telling a Spiderman joke while amid a highbrow theatre crowd.

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