but sen. thomas duane (democrat-manhattan) told the new york daily news he's received assurances of support from more than the 32 senators needed to approve the bill.
gay marriage opponents, however, are suggesting duane is overstating the vote tally to force the matter on to the floor. senate majority leader malcolm smith (democrat-queens) is a gay marriage supporter, but has vowed not to allow a vote on the bill until there is enough support for it to pass.
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