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The City Haul: State Budget Crisis Hits Home and Christine Quinn Helps the Mayor

By Heather Grossmann | November 12, 2009 10:39am

By Heather Grossmann

DNAinfo Reporter/Producer

MANHATTAN —Alan Van Capelle, executive director of the Empire State Pride Agenda, says there are enough "yes" votes to get the same-sex marriage bill passed in the senate. [observer.com]

NY1 does its own vote tally and gets different results. [ny1.com]

Sen. Chuck Schumer spent Veteran's Day talking about the plight of homeless vets — see DNAinfo's exclusive look at the issue here. [nytimes.com, DNAinfo.com]

Mayor Michael Bloomberg met with Muslim leaders, including someone the New York Post terms an "unindicted co-conspirator" in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, at City Hall Wednesday. [nypost.com]

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn may have stalled a vote on some council legislation until after the election, as a favor to the mayor. [nypost.com]

New York City could suffer more than any other municipality if the state does not find a way to close the budget gap. [nydailynews.com]

Ex. Gov. Eliot Spitzer will speak at a Harvard University ethics forum on Thursday. [1010wins.com]