As you may have heard.
Andrew Cuomo applauded the decision.
White House aides said that Joe Biden “expedited” Obama’s decision, but did not make it for him; in fact last year’s vote in the New York legislature particularly influenced Obama: “He sat back and thought, ‘What would I do?’ ” a senior adviser to the president said. “He would have voted yes.”
Obama is now invited to Christine Quinn’s wedding, she told reporters, and he doesn’t even need to bring a gift.
Greg Sargent: “We will now find out whether coming out for full equality for those with different sexual orientations is really the massive political risk people said it would be.”
Jon Cooper thinks this will make raising money for Barack Obama easier.
The Post made a joke.
Ben Smith gets the White House’s talking points on the announcement.
Most swing states have passed ballot initiatives banning gay marriage.
The AtlanticWire says that Mike Bloomberg’s tech dreams have come true.
Bloomberg on Cory Booker: He’s much taller but I’m richer.
Kirsten Gillibrand for Mark Murphy.
The jury in the Pedro Espada trial appears to be deadlocked.
New York land owners reserve the right to permit hydrofracking on their property.
Mike Gianaris is pushing for more safety controls around a “death trap” intersection in Queens.
Meet Midwood, the least diverse neighborhood in New York.
Mitt Romney is looking at a deep pool of VP candidates.
President Obama is going to cash in on his gay marriage announcement.
Romney’s SuperPAC resurrected Hillary Rosen.