New York State Assembly Passes Marriage-Equality Bill 80-63

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It's the lowest margin by which the bill has passed of all the four times the body has voted on it, but still sponsors were enthusiastic. Meanwhile, the Daily News reports that Senate Republicans are balking at letting the bill come to a vote for a number of reasons, including religious concerns, legal ramifications, and fear of repercussions in the next election. [NYDN]