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Budget Cut Avoided, But Children's Services Still Show Strain
Gay Marriage, Tenants' Rights, Albany Reform: The Primary Races To Watch
Queens Race Defies Narrative Of Gay Rights, Reform
The Fifth Man: A GOP Hopeful
MAYOR MAYBE NOT
In the 1990s, conversations about gay marriage became more frequent and less taboo. New Yorkers especially have worked in the past decades to create a wave of acceptance and pride. On June 24, 2011, New York became the sixth and largest state to legalize same-sex marriage. Only days later, Rhode Island legalized civil unions. New York’s lawmakers gave the gay-rights movement newfound momentum and spirit.
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A young City Council candidate was beaten in a Brooklyn primary. But he emerged with a clear idea about how progressives can take back the city in 2001.