With the U.S. Senate's immigration reform bill looming, Democratic New York Senator called a meeting with New York's leading elected gay officials and activists to discuss the inclusion of a pro-gay provision in the bill.
The provision, which would protect binational same-sex couples from being separated by allowing foreign members to apply for green cards, has been presented as a make-or-break issue for the entire bill.
Republicans have threatened to squash the bill if the provision is included.
So what came out of Schumer's meeting with the prominent gays? Find out after the jump.FULL STORY