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Jon S. Corzine; Richard J. Codey, the State Senate president; and Joseph J. Roberts Jr.
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New Jersey Senate rejects gay-marriage bill
The gay marriage debate in New Jersey - uralvoice.com
Same-sex marriage has been legally recognized in the U. In September , Mary C. Supreme Court's June decision in United States v. Windsor , New Jersey's Constitution requires the state to recognize same-sex marriages. Therefore, the state court reasoned in Garden State Equality v. Dow , because same-sex couples in New Jersey were limited to civil unions , which are not recognized as marriages under federal law, the state must permit civil marriage for same-sex couples. Harris that the state was constitutionally required to afford the rights and benefits of marriage to same-sex couples.
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Same-sex marriage in New Jersey
The to vote in a Democratically controlled state Senate shows the difficulty of legalizing gay marriage by legislation. January 7, In another loss for gay-rights advocates, New Jersey senators voted against a bill Thursday that would have made their state the sixth to permit same-sex marriages. The to vote ends a push to legalize gay marriage in the Garden State before Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine , a same-sex marriage supporter, leaves office on Jan.
The approval brought cheers from hundreds of supporters who crammed the State House committee room. But the measure faces an uphill fight when it is put up for a vote on Thursday before the full Senate, where even supporters concede that they do not yet have the 21 votes needed to pass it. If it does pass, it will go to the Assembly, where passage is considered more likely. Speaking to jubilant supporters after the vote, Steven Goldstein, executive director of Garden State Equality, said that gay rights advocates had a lot of work to do in the next 72 hours, but said that momentum and history were on their side. But opponents of the bill said they had expected the committee to approve it and were confident that it would be defeated when it reached the Senate floor.