Morning Read: More Negotiating in Albany, Less Clothing

State Senator Bill Perkins has a few questions after a Rules Committee meeting late last night. (photo credit: azi paybarah / observer)

Not Done: “It is becoming the legislative session that can’t find a way to end.” [Tom Precious / Buffalo News]

Marriage: “An earlier declaration that lawmakers were ‘on the cusp of historic progress’ drowned in the muck of details Wednesday” [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Marriage: “The quiet developments put a subdued coda on a day marked by noisy, sustained demonstrations .” [Julie Bolcer / Advocate]

Marriage: Some GOP quietly concede they can’t put off a vote on the bill. [Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

Marriage: “We’re close on language that I believe satisfactorily addresses the issue,” said GOP Lanza. [Ken Lovett / Daily News]

Marriage: “religious protection additions hadn’t been printed as of early Wednesday evening.” [Michael Gormley / AP]

Lobbying: Titone presses Lanza on marriage. [Judy Rangall / SI Advance]

Debate: Volume getting louder in Albany. [Joseph Sepector / Poughkeepsie Journal]

Labor: CSEA deal “established a pattern” said Cuomo. [Tom Precious / Buffalo News]

Labor: “This gets us the savings without a single layoff,” said Cuomo. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Labor: Savings are $166 million over two years. [Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

Labor: City unions should follow Cuomo’s pattern. [Daily News]

Labor: Negotiations free of public rancor. [Danny Hakim / New York Times]

Reform: “no one should confuse anything that has happened in Albany since Jan. 1 with truly transformative reform.” [New York Post]

Rent: Harder for landlords to get apartments out of rent regulation. [Cara Buckley / New York Times]

Overtime: As negotiations drag on, lawmakers and activists running out of clothing. [Michael Barbaro / New York Times]

Baby: Emergency spox for Weiner, Risa Heller, had her baby. [Page Six]

Snub: Conservative Party’s endorsement of challenger to GOP DA a  “a horrific political decision” said Conservative Party state chairman. [Tom Wrobleski / SI Advance]

  Morning Read: More Negotiating in Albany, Less Clothing