Update: The New York Times has a story posted about the ruling. Some key paragraphs:
The Court of Appeals in a 4-2 decision rejected arguments from gay and lesbian plaintiffs throughout the state that their inability to get marriage licences in New York violated their constitutional rights.
Judge Robert Smith said New York's marriage law clearly limits marriage to between a man and a woman and any change in the law should come from the state Legislature.
P.S. I've been trollrated for posting this diary originally as a placeholder with headline only and filling in the news 15 minutes later as it became available. So as a result of this, I have lost my TU status.
I believed I was doing a service by sharing the news the moment it became available--being a gay married man in Massachusetts, I remember how important it was to me to hear about our court decision as soon as it was handed down. If you disagree with the trollrating, I'd appreciate some mojo to balance it out. Thank you.