New York NOW Same-Sex Marriage Passes NY Assembly
Marriage equality bill passes New York State Assembly, but State Senate hurdle remains. Details
Program: New York NOW
Episode: Same-Sex Marriage Passes NY Assembly
With three Democrats and two Republicans who voted 'no' on same-sex marriage in 2009 saying they now support it, passage of marriage equality in New York has never been closer. Will the bill, which passed the Assembly, make it through the State Senate? Also, the state's rent regulations are allowed to expire, then quickly extended. Plus, what happens to Anthony Weiner's former congressional seat?
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Premiere Date: 06/17/2011
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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