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03/13/2012

Openly-elected NYC official sets mid-May 'I do' date

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-03-13 At 2.01.58 Pm40Christine Quinn, New York City's current Council Speaker and expected 2013 mayoral candidate, has announced that she will marry longtime partner Kim Catullo on May 19 of this year:

Christine Quinn Sets Wedding Date [Advocate]

I couldn't think of anything all that unique or newsworthy to say about this and considered not even posting it. But then I realized: That a high-ranking official's same-sex wedding isn't all that unique or newsworthy is really the story here, isn't it?

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