Morning Read, Upstate: Taking Sides on Gay Marriage The 109th L.C.A. Show

Rudy Giuliani still opposing same-sex marriage.

Michael Bloomberg, however, would love an endorsement from a gay-rights group.

Negotiations for an M.T.A. bailout are in high gear.

An M.T.A. plan may come from the Senate this afternoon. One that includes a soda tax?

Bloomberg's involvement in negotiations has been "very minimal."

City officials have to sign off on Paterson's $270 skim from the Battery Park City Authority.

The governor is heading to Cortland this morning, where he might announce a summer training camp for the Jets.

He's now working to implement a comeback strategy.

The ballot counting in the race between Jim Tedisco and Scott Murphy could stretch seven months, as one 1960 election did.

Chuck Schumer wants to repeal the Tiahrt Amendment, which restricts sharing of gun data.

And now Kirsten Gillibrand agrees!

As she moves to bulk up her statewide profile, her name was repeatedly mispronounced on Staten Island, and in Manhattan, a Fox News reporter was mistaken for her.

A state panel on health-care relief mandates has never met.

The L.C.A. show was this weekend. Liz has some video of David Paterson' rebuttal.

And below, a video of Mayor Bloomberg's rebuttal: Morning Read, Upstate: Taking Sides on Gay Marriage The 109th L.C.A. Show