Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the state Legislature may have violated the state’s Open Meetings Law when discussing the bill that legalized same-sex marriage in New York, a judge has ruled.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Robert B. Wiggins ruled on Nov. 18 that a same-sex marriage foe, New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms, has sufficiently raised questions about whether the law was violated during consideration of the bill to reject the state’s motion to dismiss the claim.

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