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Three Tips for Future Same-Sex Marriage Fights
The New Yorker • Jun 28, 2011
1. To pass a bill, you need a governor, probably a Democrat, who is willing to do more than just say he'll sign it. An article in Monday's Times detailed New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's one-on-one campaign aimed at undecided legislators: " 'I can help you,' Mr. Cuomo reassured them in dozens of telephone calls and meetings, at times pledging to deploy his record-high popularity across the state to protect them in their districts. 'I am more of an asset than the vote will be a liability.' "
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