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'Who I Am': N.Y.C. Council Speaker On Politics, Faith

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New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn has a notable biography. She's from an Irish family, she's Catholic and gay. Her grandmother survived the Titanic, and her fathers spends every day with her at City Hall. Quinn is widely expected to run for mayor next year, and she tells guest host David Greene that government might get a lot more done if people would just get along.
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