And the debate drags on.
The bill, which includes extensive protections for religious groups, does not go far enough they say.
David Tyree says passing the bill will lead to "anarchy."
All eyes on you, Senate.
Because now that it might actually pass, why risk it?
The game here is to keep the momentum rolling.
Marrying those 24 gay couples back in 2004, even though it got him in trouble with the law, was "one of the best days of my life."
Could he actually jump on the bandwagon?
Another GOP state senator has stepped up to the plate.
The judge in that case, Vaughn Walker, had no obligation to recuse himself because he himself is gay.
Your move, Dean Skelos.
Three Democrats have reportedly flipped, while at least seven Republicans may vote for marriage equality as well.
Diaz's granddaughter speaks out.
Fifty-eight percent back marriage equality.
She called out a homophobic former fan over Twitter this week.
Hizzoner keeps beating the drum for his new pet cause.
And also, a lonely man missing an ex-boyfriend.
"I think we need to start calculating where we are in the culture."