As the State Senate ignored yet another call for a vote on the issue, gay activists began raising the pressure.
The proposed cuts to education and Medicaid total over $750 million but, to be fair, New York spends more money on Medicaid than any other state.
Paterson is addressing the Legislature today to plead his case.
The embattled governor begins airing his first campaign ads.
Whether they'll actually vote on it is still up in the air.
David Paterson's World Series tickets are nothing compared to the gifts Rudy Giuliani got from the Yankees.
There are too many factors against putting marriage equality to a vote to make it likely we'll even see how people feel about the issue itself.
Because otherwise, it would have been illegal.
If the polls stay low, which they almost definitely will, he will "reassess."
And that's just one of his hugely ambitious goals.
The governor is staying out of it.
Of course, he can't make them actually vote on it.
Paterson and Senate Democrats clash on his proposed budget cuts.
And more celebrity trivia, in today's gossip roundup.
Paterson calls out Andrew Cuomo and Rudy Giuliani, we assume.
How Charlie Rangel could help his old Harlem clubhouse buddy.
To be fair, nobody doubts that he thinks that.