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GOP could tip the scale for gay marriage, binational LGBT couples in limbo

GOP could tip the scale for gay marriage, binational LGBT couples in limbo

The fight for marriage intensifies in New York with the long-awaited marriage bill finally introduced. But do LGBT groups have the support needed to pass it?

In this week’s Marriage News Watch, Cathy Marino-Thomas will fill us in on their latest lobbying progress. New York’s pro-marriage Republicans could tip the scale in our favor, but in other states Republicans are working to ban marriage, and to penalize employers who provide health care to same-sex spouses.

Binational LGBT couples are in a legal limbo right now, with a judge delaying Henry Velandia’s deportation proceedings for another seven months. Lavi Solloway was there in court, and will tell us what happened. Watch:

Transcript to this episode is here.

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