New York's chance at marriage equality is fast approaching and Governor Cuomo is optimistic that the legislation granting marriage rights to same-sex couples will pass.
At a press conference today the Governor said marriage equality is "long overdue" adding, "I know it's failed before but I think this is a different day." He also stressed the importance of going to communities all across the state with his message instead of just trying to convince senators in Albany.
A marriage equality bill was defeated by the state Senate in 2009. To ensure a different outcome this time around, Cuomo has been busy mobilizing the state's gay rights groups and raising money for a media blitz to drum up support.
Recent polls show that a majority of New Yorkers are in support of marriage equality.
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