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01/05/2010

Breaking: NJ still playing hard to get, but has agreed to casual date

by Jeremy Hooper

We have it on good authority that the full New Jersey State Senate will vote on marriage equality this Thursday. Session is scheduled to begin at 2PM. More to come.

**UPDATE: NBC New York has more:

"We're gonna post the bill and see what happens," Senate President Dick Codey told us.
Gay Marriage to Get Vote in NJ [NBC New York]

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It's really positive to see that the gay marriage is going to be put to the vote before Christie is sworn in. On the downside it doesn't look too positive in terms of vote numbers but hopefully we can change some minds before the numbers are counted.

Posted by: Michelle | Jan 5, 2010 3:01:30 PM

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