Votes not there yet for marriage bill in N.Y. Senate

02/10/2009 |

Although New York state Senate Majority Leader Malcolm Smith, in a speech on Saturday night at an HRC fundraiser, said there are not sufficient votes to pass a marriage bill in 2009, others believe the measure stands a chance. "I haven't given up hope that it's going to happen. We're still counting votes and lobbying. I'd say the situation is very fluid," said out Sen. Thomas Duane, D-Manhattan.

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