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New York gay marriage bill: What would happen if it passes?
Christian Science Monitor • Jun 23, 2011
Today, same-sex couples can't marry in New York - though the state government does recognize gay marriages performed in other states, due to a 2008 executive order issued by then-Gov. David Paterson.
If the law passes, gay couples in New York would be able to tie the knot 30 days later.
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