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10/17/2006

Garden state soon to grow marriage equality?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 6-25The legal-focused folks at New Jersey's Princeton Justice Project expect that (a) we will hear the state's Supreme Court rule on same-sex marriage within the next week and (b) that the decision will go in favor of gays' right to hitch it in Hoboken. We (a) sincerely hope they're right as (b) we seriously need a new waffle iron.

However, we're not getting our hopes up just yet, as that "glass is half full" outlook has backfired on us before. Though it is nice to know that those in the state who've passed the bar think it likely that this marriage bar may soon become passé.

Court to rule soon on gay marriages [Daily Princetonian]

RELATED: Corzine won't re-bachelorize us if court says 'I do' to equality [G-A-Y]

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