Fate of N.Y.'s same-sex marriage bill hinges on votes of undecided state senators
The measure would need 32 votes for adoption in the Senate, and 26 senators, all Democrats, indicated they would back the bill. Twenty-eight senators expressed opposition -- possibly leaving the measure's fate in the hands of the eight undecided lawmakers, five Republicans and three Democrats.
The senators who have not publicly declared their stance include Sens. Steve Saland, R-Poughkeepsie; Gre...
Democrat and Chronicle • Jun 1, 2011