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01/12/2010

But on the bright side: Gays won't have to worry about the joint burning their rings

by Jeremy Hooper

The right to marry? Hell no!

The right to Mary Jane? Sure thing, says NJ legislature:

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The Legislature on Monday approved a bill that would allow chronically ill patients access to marijuana for medical reasons.

Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine supports the legislation and could sign it before leaving office next week, which would make New Jersey the 14th state to allow medicinal marijuana use.
NJ Legislature approves medical marijuana bill [AP via Daily Caller]

Now don't get us wrong: We're all about this passage of medicinal bong rips. And we get that the related health matters are more important to many of 201001120947-1those in need than is the ability to marry.

But still, we can't help but be shocked by the fact that New Jersey lawmakers are progressive enough to pass this, yet not insightful enough to give gay and lesbian citizens their court-mandated fairness! What are they smoking?!?!

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