New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will officiate the wedding of two top city officials on July 24, the first day gay marriage is legal in the state.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today he will officiate at the wedding of two of his top aides on July 24, the day New York state’s Marriage Equality law goes into effect.
Bloomberg will preside over the wedding of John Feinblatt, his chief policy adviser, and Jonathan Mintz, the city’s commissioner for consumer affairs. Mintz and Feinblatt have been partners for 14 years, according to the New York Times.
The wedding will occur July 24, at Gracie Mansion. That’s the date same-sex marriages can officially be performed and recognized in New York state, 30 days after it was signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in June.
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