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01/23/2012

Gov. Christie nominates gay justice, calls us 'important'; yet to RSVP to our weddings

by Jeremy Hooper

Interesting development in New Jersey, a state we're all watching with much interest:

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie ® has nominated Bruce Harris to the New Jersey Supreme Court. Harris will become the first openly LGBT justice on the court, as well as the third African-American. In a phone conversation with Garden State Equality’s Steven Goldstein, Christie expressed that he views the LGBT community as “an important part of New Jersey.”
GOV. CHRISTIE NOMINATES OPENLY GAY JUSTICE [Think Progress LGBT]

Are we important enough to get in the same marriage line regardless of gender, or only important enough to follow a separate, civil unions path? You have an imporant choice ahead of you, Governor.

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