NBC New York reports that a vote will likely come tomorrow:
Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos and Democratic Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver say that while there’s no deal, talks are encouraging.
A spokesperson for Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos said Wednesday evening that a vote on several matters, including rent stabilization and the possible vote on gay marriage, would be “likely tomorrow.”
At around 9:15 tonight, an insider with the negotiations confirmed that the vote will be delayed until Thursday due to other big issues being addressed, including rent control and a property tax cap.