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Senate President Says He's Focused On Current Job, Proud...

  • Aired: 03/08/2012
  • 05:40
  • Rating: NR
Sen. Stephen Sweeney didn't rule out a run for governor, but said he is focused on being Senate president. He also believes lawmakers have a chance to override Gov. Christie's veto of the marriage equality bill.
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Sweeney didn't rule out a run for governor and says there's a chance to pass gay marriage.
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