New York’s highest court declined to hear a challenge to New York’s Gay-marriage law, ending the only legal threat to NY same-sex weddings!   The Court of Appeals rejected a bigotted  motion by a conservative group, "New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms", which accused the State Senate of violating the state’s Open Meetings Law in its deliberations before it voted last year to allow Gay people to legally marry.  NYS Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (AMC), who signed the legalization of same-gender marriage, hailed the court’s action.  "With the court’s decision, same-gender couples do not have to worry that their right to marry could be legally challenged in New York”, AMC said.  “The freedom to marry in this state is secure."  Since July 2011, when the law took effect, more than 10,000 same-sex couples have been issued marriage licenses!  This past July, an appeals court unanimously rejected the open-meetings argument and the Court of Appeals was the last hope for opponents to keep the discrimination alive.  The SVA's Williamson Henderson concluded:  "The haters' in-equality crusade dies; Gay Marriage equality lives"!