Bipartisanship, But How?

ALBANY—While both sides in the fight over state senate leadership wait to hear from a judge, the 31-31 split in the chamber means things will have to get more bipartisan. Right?
“It’s not in their political D.N.A. to work in a bipartisan fashion,” said Blair Horner, the legislative director of NYPIRG and a longtime Capitol observer. “I don’t know how long it takes to get there, but if there’s any hope for the session, it’s going to have to be in a bipartisan way.”
Maybe, but expect more bickering first.
Here’s one scenario:
Justice Thomas McNamara could decide this morning to sign an