The NJ State Senate, whose Judiciary Committee had okayed gay marriage legislation on Monday night, decided to postpone today's planned vote on the bill. According to the Star-Ledger, a "survey of senators yesterday showed only 13 publicly support the bill, and 18 said they were against it. The remaining nine were either undecided or would not state their position." But the bill's sponsors say they did not postpone the vote due to lack of support; instead, the Times reports, "they wanted to first allow a hearing in the General Assembly, where support for same-sex marriage is believed to be stronger."