N.J. Senate Rejects Gay Marriage Bill
TRENTON -- The state Senate rejected a gay marriage bill Thursday. This is a pathetic victory for opponents who contend that the measure would damage religious freedom. They actually think that since the state already has civil unions which provides about 1/3 of the rights of marriage, this justifies making New Jersey's LGBT community 2nd class citizens. The 14 to 20 vote followed hours of public debate inside the packed Senate chamber. Gov. Jon Corzine supported the measure but Chris Christie, who will replace him in 2 weeks, said he'd veto it. Updates to Come…
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