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09/30/2013

NJ Mayor of The Year hopes to become first mayor of History's Right Side

by Jeremy Hooper

201309301409If the recent ruling in favor of marriage equality holds solid, New Jersey's Mayor Of The Year, David DelVecchio (D), has vowed to perform the state's first same-sex marriage:

NEW JERSEY: Small Town Mayor Vows To Perform State's First Same-Sex Marriage [J.M.G.]

Good for him. Grandkids read history books; history books always smile kindly on civil rights champions. Always.

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