New York NOW Will Grisanti Pay for Gay Marriage Vote?
One of four GOP state senators to vote for marriage equality takes heat from Republicans. Details
Program: New York NOW
Episode: Will Grisanti Pay for Gay Marriage Vote?
New York gay couples are now getting married under the recently-passed same-sex marriage bill, which achieved a small degree of GOP support in order to pass. Now, some conservatives are vowing to extract political revenge on Republicans who supported gay marriage, such as Buffalo-area State Senator Mark Grisanti, who explains his vote and addresses claims that he's a 'sell out' in this interview.
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Premiere Date: 07/22/2011
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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