What Now for Same-Sex Marriage?

ALBANY—With the Democratic leadership of the State Senate at worst toppled (or at least crippled), is same-sex-marriage legislation still a possibility?
Senate Republican Leader Dean Skelos, one of two theoretical heads of the new power-sharing arrangement agreed to after a floor coup Monday, said maybe.
“We’re going to discuss it, and if there is a sense within the conference that it should come out for a vote, perhaps we’ll get to that,” Skelos said on Fred Dicker’s radio show earlier today.
Skelos and others keep touting rules changes enacted yesterday, one of which (according to a press release) reads: “a sponsor may move to have his or her bill included on the next active list if a majority of members present and voting agree to the motion.

What Now for Same-Sex Marriage?