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02/02/2012

Equality advances in NJ; hopes Gov. Christie won't stay stagnant

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-02-02 At 5.18.01 PmBy a vote of 5-2, New Jersey's Assembly Judiciary Committee advanced the marriage equality bill.

So with that, we're now on to to the full Senate and the full House. Will we have the votes in both chambers? Will Gov. Chris Christie really veto, as promised? Will we have votes to override a veto if he does? Will the whole thing somehow go to a wrong-headed public referendum? Is Sammi Sweetheart ever going to get back with Ronnie, or did she put him on blast one time too many?

Stay tuned, Jersey watchers!

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