The marriage equality debate may return to New York sooner than expected. Thanks to warm feelings in the hearts of pols brought forth by our popular and gay-marriage-friendly new Gov, plans to bring the issue back for another vote are moving. State Senator Thomas Duane (D-Manhattan) is already preparing to introduce legislation "within weeks" and hopes to see a vote before the end of June. Of course, that doesn't mean we won't see another embarrassing defeat at the hands of the GOP-controlled Senate, but with public opinion of marriage equality going up, along with Cuomo's numbers, we can hope.