Encouraging new polls in NY and MN, but is it enough? No bill yet in NY Senate

A new poll shows us neck-and-neck in Minnesota, with a vote on marriage still a year off. There’s just two weeks left to pass marriage in New York, but a Senate bill still hasn’t even been introduced yet. Illinois launched civil unions this week as Rhode Island debated doing the same. And a Michigan Republican can’t tell the difference between gay couples and child abusers.

All in this week’s Marriage News Watch:

Transcript to this episode is here.

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