The momentary return of liberaltarianism.
Photos from the celebration.
There were Champagne flutes.
Despite some frustrating twists and ugly uncertainties, the same-sex-marriage endgame unfolded just as Andrew Cuomo drew it up months ago.
With Friday’s landmark passage of a same-sex-marriage bill, Albany added to New York’s long history as a center of progress on gay and lesbian rights.
The tension is finally over.
The Senate, meanwhile, is burning through bills at a fast clip.
This could mean nothing.
Not much progress so far today.
There are still three undecideds, as tentative as they are.
The new-media guru hosted a marriage-equality event last night.
Republican senator: "I see it coming to the floor."
That could be one result of a meeting this afternoon.
Also, state troopers.
No marriage equality, though.