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May 20, 2009

Marriage opponents find themselves out-organized and underfinanced in New York

Something of a role reversal?  According to the NYT, opponents of marriage equality in New York "say they feel outgunned and underfinanced."  The State Assembly passed a marriage bill 89 to 52 last week, and marriage-equality advocates are pushing for a vote in the closely divided Senate before the end of June.

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