BREAKING NEWS: New Jersey Judge Rules (Again) in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage
Gay couples in New Jersey will be able to marry starting Monday.
The state Supreme Court Friday turned down Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s administration request to delay same-sex marriages, clearing the way for the weddings to begin Oct. 21.
A lower-court judge had earlier ruled that same-sex weddings must be allowed starting Monday, and the administration requested a stay.
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